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Suggested Citation:"List of Acronyms." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Volume 2: Guidance. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25332.
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82 AB activity based ADS automated driving system AV automated vehicle CAV connected and automated vehicle CV connected vehicle DAPP Dynamic Adaptive Pathways Planning DOE Department of Energy DOT department of transportation DSRC dedicated short-range communications DTA dynamic traffic assignment FHWA Federal Highway Administration FMVSS Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards GHG greenhouse gas GPS global positioning system IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers lidar light detection and ranging MaaS mobility as a service MPO metropolitan planning organization NCSL National Conference of State Legislatures NHTSA National Highway Traffic Safety Administration OEM original equipment manufacturer PMT passenger mile traveled RDM robust decision making SAV shared autonomous vehicle SOV single-occupant vehicle TAZ traffic analysis zone TNC transportation network company UE user equilibrium U.S. DOT U.S. Department of Transportation V2I vehicle-to-infrastructure V2V vehicle-to-vehicle V2X vehicle-to-everything VMT vehicle mile traveled VOT value of travel time ZOV zero-occupant vehicle List of Acronyms

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 896: Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Volume 2: Guidance provides detailed information and guidelines for state departments of transportation (DOTs) and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to help update their modeling and forecasting tools. These tools address expected impacts of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) on transportation supply, road capacity, and travel demand components. CAVs are likely to influence all personal and goods movement level of demand, travel modes, planning and investment decisions, physical transportation infrastructure, and geographic areas.

DOTs and regional MPOs are required to have a multimodal transportation plan with a minimum time horizon of 20 years under the requirements of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) requirements. This report explores ways to develop new planning and modeling processes that include CAVs in the transportation environment. The volume provides the details to NCHRP Research Report 896: Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Volume 1.

The research report is accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation that can be adapted for presentations to agency decision makers.

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