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A Signal Phasing and Timing (SPaT) deployment in Georgia provided insight into connected vehicle technologies.

The Georgia DOT (GDOT) highlighted lessons learned from experience with SPaT deployments (2019-2020).


01/16/2020
Georgia; United States


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Lesson Learned

GDOT highlighted the following lessons learned for agencies considering deployment of connected vehicle applications:
  • Focus on infrastructure improvements for connected vehicle applications that also provide benefits beyond just connected vehicles.
  • Be aware that there is a lot of misunderstanding and wrong information about connected vehicles.
  • Support collaboration between agencies and early adopters.


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Lessons Learned from Comprehensive SPaT Deployment and Future Plans

Author: Davis, Alan

Published By: Georgia DOT

Source Date: 01/16/2020

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Paige Cassell
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paige.cassell@noblis.org


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Lesson ID: 2020-00943