Interest in driverless vehicles, including low-speed automated vehicles (LSAVs), continues to expand globally and in the United States.
The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Research Report 220: Low-Speed Automated Vehicles (LSAVs) in Public Transportation presents current use cases for LSAVs and provides a practitioner guide for planning and implementing LSAV services as a new public transportation service.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||5-7|
|Chapter 2 - Use Cases and Operational Design Domains for LSAVs||8-12|
|Chapter 3 - LSAV Projects||13-18|
|Chapter 4 - Findings||19-23|
|Chapter 5 - Practitioner Guide||24-31|
|Chapter 6 - Areas for Further Research||32-34|
|Acronyms and Glossary||35-37|
|Appendix A - Literature Review and Survey||38-51|
|Appendix B - Interviews and Roundtable Discussions||52-55|
|Appendix C - Interview Outline||56-56|
|Appendix D - LSAV Case Studies||57-82|
|Appendix E - LSAV Mini Case Studies||83-111|
|Appendix F - Canadian Projects||112-114|
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