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Procurement Office FHWA - Washington DC / Office of Contracts and Procurement
Procurement Category Business Services
Competition Type To be determined
RFP Quarter 4th QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
NAICS 541 712
Sequence Number 2018-010
Description

HEPP-20 will provide Guidance/Case Studies for Connected and Autonomous Vehicle technology in key planning products. Autonomous Vehicles have the potential to benefit by reducing crashes, improving first and last mile connections for transit users, and reducing the high cost of owning a private vehicle. AVs also have the potential to significantly increase traffic congestion, vehicle miles travelled, and climate pollution. Many planning agencies are starting to consider Connected and Autonomous Vehicle technology in their Long-Range Transportation Plan, Transportation Improvement Program, Strategic Highway Safety Plan, Freight Plan and Unified Planning Work Program etc. Perhaps, FHWA had funded research to guide planners to incorporate Connected and Autonomous Vehicle technology into their planning process. At this point, HEPP-20 is proposing a research to gather key planning products that have incorporated Connected and Autonomous Vehicle technology to see if there are any challenges, best practices and lessons learned from case studies.

Contact Name Cheng Yan
Email cheng.yan@dot.gov
Phone (202) 366-9206
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract? No

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