|FHWA - Washington DC / Office of Contracts and Procurement
|Services (not listed)
|$250,000 to $700,000
This project will perform a cost-benefit analysis (BCA), that is, assess the return on investment or business case, of implementation of a national network roadway digital infrastructure (RDI) strategy and identify methodologies that can, in later phases, be incorporated into a BCA/ROI tool. This project will include scanning, synthesizing, and exploring global models and methodologies for estimating national and continental-scale costs of roadway digital infrastructure transformation. Costs of RDI transformation will be evaluated in terms of national economic business case and quantitative fiscal benefits of enabled automation and adjacent emerging mobility technologies. Other elements of RDI national network investment (transformation) that will be considered include multimodal interoperable connectivity (CDA, advanced air mobility, NICT/V2X Deployment Plan); digital maps; AMS; the Mobility Data Program; electric vehicle charging data networks; and mileage-based user fees. Additional elements that will be considered for inclusion include some of the “on-ramp” (initial focus activities) identified in the in-development RDI Strategy project, such as Advancing BIM/Enterprise Data Systems at DOTs, Advancing Next-Generation National Network Roadway Data Exchange and Platforms (including digital maps), and Prototype Transcontinental Corridors. This project is anticipated as the first phase of a multi-phase effort to be followed by Methodological Development and Analytical Tool Concept of Operations, Analytical Tool Prototype and Evaluation, and Analytical Tool USDOT Integration Study and Early Action Support.
|Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
|Place of Performance
|Personnel Clearance Requirements