The plan includes 65 recommendations to guide infrastructure investments, prioritize research, modernize policy on connected and automated vehicles, and more.
(Published Sep 3, 2019)
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has released a strategic plan pertaining to connected and automated vehicles (CAV), also known as autonomous vehicles.
Over the past year, MnDOT’s Connected and Automated Vehicles Office (CAV-X) traveled across the state to meet with MnDOT districts and offices, cities, counties, planning organizations, transit agencies, universities, safety advocates, health care and accessibility advocates, planners, engineers, and the public to strategically prepare for CAV.
The strategic plan includes 65 recommendations to guide infrastructure investments, prioritize research, build partnerships, modernize policy and regulation, mitigate operation and maintenance challenges, prepare the workforce, and engage stakeholders on CAV.
Questions about the CAV strategic plan may be directed to Kristin White, CAV-X innovation director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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