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Connected Transportation Interoperability (CTI) 4501 v01 – Connected Intersections (CI) Implementation Guide
This Connected Intersection (CI) Implementation Guide sets the requirements and provides guidance for nationally interoperable connected intersections across the United States that support interoperable applications for signalized intersections. This Guide defines the key capabilities and interfaces a connected signalized intersection must support to ensure interoperability with production vehicles for state and local IOOs. A connected intersection is defined as an infrastructure system that broadcasts SPaT, MAP, and position correction data to vehicles.

For more information on how to obtain this standard:
https://www.ite.org/pub/?id=76270782%2DB7E4%2D7F75%2DBC72%2DD5E318B14C9A


Current Published Version: Version v01, Published in Sep 2021

SDO(s):  AASHTO/ITE/NEMA/SAE
Connected Transportation Interoperability (CTI) 4001 v01 – Roadside Unit (RSU) Standard
This document establishes a non-proprietary, communications-agnostic, industry consensus Roadside Unit (RSU) Standard. An RSU is a transportation infrastructure communications device that is a part of a Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) transportation environment. The goal of such an environment is to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on roadways, improve mobility, and reduce environmental impacts of transportation systems. Commonly known as the Connected Vehicle (CV) environment in the United States (US), it includes both connected human-driven vehicles and connected automated vehicles (CAVs). The terms Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) and Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) are used to reflect the exchanges of messages within the CV environment. The vision for this technology has expanded to include all types of travelers including pedestrians, cyclists, multimodal travelers, and other vulnerable road users (VRUs), and is referred to as Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technology and V2X communications.

For more information on how to obtain this standard:
https://www.ite.org/pub/?id=764FB228%2D0F6C%2DBA02%2D6D7B%2D16A86B1F8108


Current Published Version: Version v01, Published in Sep 2021

SDO(s):  AASHTO/ITE/NEMA/SAE
Connected Transportation Interoperability (CTI) 4502 v01 – Connected Intersections Validation Report
This Connected Intersections Validation Report (CI Validation Report) summarizes the analysis of the data collected from the validation sites and the information gathered through questionnaires sent to the sites The overarching goal of the validation phase was to explore and to determine early on, using real-world deployments, whether the concepts, principles, algorithms, requirements, and design presented in the Connected Intersections Implementation Guide (CI Implementation Guide) were realistic and feasible for deployment.

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https://www.ite.org/pub/?id=59A8D354-F7B1-6A18-6FCC-1CECE6ACDE5B


Current Published Version: Version v01, Published in Feb 2022

SDO(s):  AASHTO/ITE/NEMA/SAE
ANSI TS284 Commercial Vehicle Safety Reports
Obsolete/Dated
ANSI TS285 Commercial Vehicle Safety and Credentials Information Exchange
Obsolete/Dated
ANSI TS286 Commercial Vehicle Credentials
Obsolete/Dated
APTA TCIP-S-001 4.0.0   APTA Standard for Transit Communications Interface Profiles
This standard allows for TCIP components to exchange information using standardized mechanisms. Data will be exchanged among transit devices, systems and subsystems. The standard covers the following business areas: Scheduling, Passenger Information, Incident Management, TCIP Tool Support, Onboard Systems, Control Center, Fare Collection, Spatial Representation, Common Public Transport and Transit Signal Priority.
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http://www.aptastandards.com/TCIPProgram/tabid/113/Default.aspx Phone: 804-560-1398
APTA TCIP standards are available for free download. More information is available at http://www.aptastandards.com/TCIPProgram/tabid/113/Default.aspx

Current Published Version: Version 4, Published in Aug 2013

Previous Development Activity: Version 3.0.4: Published (Nov 2011); Version 1: Published (Sep 2006)

SDO(s):  APTA
National ITS Architecture
ASTM E2158-01 Standard Specification for Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) Physical Layer using Microwave in the 902-928 MHz Band
Withdrawn
ASTM E2213-03   Standard Specification for Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Roadside and Vehicle Systems - 5 GHz Band Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications
This standard describes a medium access control layer and physical layer specification for wireless connectivity using dedicated short range communications services.
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http://www.astm.org Phone: 610-832-9585


Current Published Version: Version 3, Published in Jan 2010

Previous Development Activity: Version 2: Published (Aug 2003); Version 1: Published (Oct 2002)

SDO(s):  ASTM
National ITS Architecture
ASTM E2259 - 03a(2011)   Standard Guide for Archiving and Retrieving ITS-Generated Data
This guide covers desired approaches to be considered and followed in planning, developing, and operating specific ADMS for the archiving and retrieval of ITS-generated data.
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http://www.astm.org Phone: 610-832-9585


Current Published Version: Version 1, Published in Nov 2003

SDO(s):  ASTM


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