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Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Readiness for Rural and Metro Areas: Cook

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This presentation was delivered at NADO's 2018 Annual Training Conference, held in Charlotte, NC on October 13-16. For more information, visit: https://www.nado.org/events/2018-annual-training-conference/

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Readiness for Rural and Metro Areas: Cook

  1. 1. Connected & Autonomous Vehicle Readiness for Rural and Metro Areas October 16, 2018 NADO Annual Conference
  2. 2. • Federally-designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Charlotte urbanized area • Responsible for Iredell, Mecklenburg & Union counties • Implement the “3-C” process –Continuing, cooperative, comprehensive • Primary responsibility –Allocation of federal transportation funds What is the CRTPO?
  3. 3. Membership • 24 jurisdictions – 21 cities & towns; 3 counties • NC Board of Transportation • Metropolitan Transit Commission Two Committees Policy Board • 27 voting members • All elected officials (except BOT member) • Decision-making body Technical Coordinating Committee • 36 staff-level voting members • Recommendations to policy board Who is the CRTPO?
  4. 4. • 2045 MTP – Scenario Planning • “. . . embrace biggest opportunities for shaping transportation . . .” – Emerging Issues • “. . . continue to collaborate with stakeholders . . .” • “. . . potential benefits and challenges.” • Regional Task Force CRTPO & ACVs
  5. 5. • Mission – Identify priorities to prepare region for ACVs – Identify and affirm immediate actions that can be implemented regionally – Investigate long-term strategies • Desired Outcomes & Products – Education and outreach – ITS-Connected vehicle integration – Policy guidance framework – Scenario planning ACV Task Force
  6. 6. • Assessing Road Map • Transition from ad-hoc to permanent? • Expand scope? – Remain focused on ACVs? – Shift to transportation technology? • Regional ITS Plan – Current plan 2001 – Advance communications & information technology; lay foundation for ACV-related infrastructure ACV Task Force-Next Steps
  7. 7. Robert W. Cook, AICP 704-336-8643 rwcook@charlottenc.gov Contact Information

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