Fitting Into the Process: Institutional Issues Affecting Development and Deployment of Automated Highway Systems 972656
A research effort in response to institutional issues identified by the National Automated Highway System Consortium -- particularly the steps necessary to integrate Automated Highway Systems (AHS) into the transportation planning and decision-making process -- revealed not only the concerns to be addressed and barriers to be overcome in developing and deploying AHS, but also issues and barriers transportation officials at every level already confront in the current, and rapidly changing, legislative, funding and technological environment. The findings also suggest possible institutional blocks toward intelligent transportation systems in general and AHS in particular.
Citation: Chang, J., Hanson, M., and Lubliner, A., "Fitting Into the Process: Institutional Issues Affecting Development and Deployment of Automated Highway Systems," SAE Technical Paper 972656, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/972656. Download Citation
John Chang, Matt Hanson, Alan Lubliner
1997 SAE Future Transportation Technology Conference and Exposition
Advances in Intelligent Transportation System Design-SP-1285, Navigation and Intelligent Transportation Systems-PT-72, SAE 1997 Transactions - Journal of Passenger Cars-V106-6