Connected vehicle deployments in rural areas present opportunities for potential improvements in safety, mobility, and efficiency. It is important for the agencies that operate and maintain rural corridors to have a vision for connected vehicle deployment.
The National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 978: Initiating the Systems Engineering Process for Rural Connected Vehicle Corridors, Volume 2: Model Concept of Operations is designed to guide agencies responsible for rural corridors as they begin to assess their needs, operational concepts, scenarios, and requirements for connected vehicle deployment.
Table of Contents
|Section 1 - Scope||6-13|
|Section 2 - Referenced Documents and Resources||14-14|
|Section 3 - Current System or Situation||15-36|
|Section 4 - Justification for and Nature of Changes||37-50|
|Section 5 - Concepts for the Proposed System||51-83|
|Section 6 - Operational Scenarios||84-102|
|Section 7 - Summary of Impacts||103-105|
|Section 8 - Analysis of the Proposed System||106-107|
|Acronyms and Abbreviations||113-118|
|Appendix A - Definitions of Actors||119-126|
|Appendix B - Summary Feedback from Stakeholder Interviews||127-130|
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