Nationwide (39 unique lessons found)

Use appropriate traffic control markings and measures to encourage driver comfort and proper use of reversible lanes at signalized intersections.
Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center conducted two experiments in a highway driving simulator to evaluate driver behavior and sign comprehension during reversible-lane operations compared to conventional-lane operations.

National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) provides updates on operational SPaT Challenge deployments in recorded Webinar #10.
Webinar details several operational SPaT deployments, with an emphasis on lessons learned and discussion that encompasses all stages from planning, procurement, installation, testing, and operations.

Emphasize data-driven mobilizations and incorporate Automated Speed Enforcement devices in vulnerable locations to minimize resource needs of speed-limit enforcement.
A report from the GHSA summarizes the impacts of speeding violations and presents a number of recommended steps to reduce travelers' risk.

Cloud computing will be key to meeting many of the challenges to store and access the huge volume of big transportation data.
Challenges and opportunities for handling the volume, velocity, and variety of transportation data and harnessing for decision-making purposes.

USDOT identifies ten characteristics that support an Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) approach to improving throughput and reducing congestion.
USDOT-developed fact sheet presents ten attributes of successful ICM sites and describes their importance for effective implementation.

USDOT Identifies Effective Ownership and Governance Model Areas of Interest for a Full-Scale SCMS deployment for Connected Vehicles.
USDOT-sponsored Security Credential Management System (SCMS) Deployment Governance and Ownership Workshop analyzes what it will take to establish a full-scale SCMS and governance entity to enable widespread connected vehicle deployment.

Publish all CV planning documentation to serve as an example for other early deployers to follow
Success Stories from the USDOT's Connected Vehicle Pilot Program

NCHRP report presents and evaluates 18 different strategies for agencies to encourage CAV adoption.
The report sorts strategies into four different categories and discusses the strengths, weaknesses, and likely outcomes of each.

Industry Experts Offer Recommendations for Enterprise-wide Security Controls for the Connected Vehicle Environment.
Report provides a series of lessons learned for developing security systems around Connected Vehicles.

Include pedestrian collision warnings on in-vehicle heads-up displays to reduce reaction time, maximum deceleration, and, in some cases, stopping distance and braking time.
Study performed with sixteen drivers with actual pedestrians in a parking lot environment evaluated a display showing the word “BRAKE” and a virtual shadow that changes size as the vehicle gets closers to the pedestrian.

LiDAR scanning systems collect huge amounts of geospatial data in a very short time; plan for major data reduction efforts that require intensive computing, software development, and technical expertise.
A review of highway inventory data collection methods vital to the implementation of the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) at the state level.

Marketing the benefits of roadway pricing strategies throughout the lifespan of a project can improve public perception of these projects.
A study of institutional issues and challenges associated with implementing roadway pricing strategies.

Use Model Systems Engineering (SE) Documents for Deployment of Adaptive Signal Control Technology Systems
Systems Engineering guidance developed through lessons learned in national deployments of Adaptive Signal Control Technology systems

Implement Effective Risk Mitigation Strategies and Use Defined Success Factors to Better Manage ITS Application Development and Deployment
The USDOT evaluated Eight National ITS Application Test Sites to determine whether these projects met goals and to extract lessons learned in development and deployment.

USDOT provides advice for state DOTs considering deployment of connected vehicle technology.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) releases seven basic steps for states and infrastructure owners/operators to follow when they are considering deployments for connected vehicle technology.