Sponsored by Bentley ProjectWise:
Welcome to the
Virtual Cutting-Edge Technology Tour (V-CETT)
in Partnership with Texas DOT
Brought to you by the Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) Impacts Committee of T&DI, Virtual Cutting-Edge Technology Tours (V-CETT) provide a platform for public agencies and high- tech firms to demonstrate their smart city technologies and programs and to discuss how these technologies might impact the society and the existing infrastructure.
Texas Connected Freight Corridors (TCFC)
The Texas Connected Freight Corridors Project is a collaborative effort with public and private stakeholders to deploy connected vehicle technologies to commercial vehicles to improve traveler information, asset condition management and system performance. Goals of the project include increasing the safety of the traveling public, reducing truck-related crashes, and reducing the time trucks spend in congestion. The project will test up to six connected vehicle applications, such as Work Zone Warning, Queue Warning, Freight Signal Priority and Wrong Way Driving Alert, along the Texas Triangle routes of I-10, I-30, I-35, and I-45. In the long term, these applications can be transferred to other highway corridors where similar safety and mobility challenges exist. Trucks are a significant portion of the traffic on Texas highways. Improving freight operations in these corridors improves mobility, reliability, and safety, while reducing environmental impacts, not only for freight operations, but for all travelers and vehicles operating on these highways.
This event does not qualify for professional development hours or continuing education credits.#COVID19#Free
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