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NEWBenefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned Map

This feature responds to user requests to visualize the locations of ITS benefits, costs, and lessons learned entries on a map. This fully searchable feature allows you to see where ITS technologies have been successfully deployed and evaluated in your state, city, region, or neighboring community – or even around the world.

This map feature provides:

  • Locations of benefits, costs and lessons learned with a link to the original, publicly available source for the evaluation report.
  • Capability to search by keyword, content type, date posted, technology, goal area, and result type (modeled vs. deployed).
  • Links to the Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation (ARC-IT) Version 9.2 taxonomy type of the benefit, cost or lessons learned.
  • A search filter for connected vehicle technology deployments


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screenshot of pins on a United States map depicting the locations of Benefit, System Cost and Lessons Learned database entries.

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Spotlight on Connected Vehicle Deployments

Connected vehicle (CV) technologies enable vehicles, mobile devices, and roadway infrastructure to wirelessly exchange data and “talk” to one another. This systemic communication enables vehicles to have a 360-degree awareness, warning travelers to act on detected hazards before an incident can occur. These technologies also offer the potential to enhance mobility and reduce transportation’s impact on the environment.

The USDOT has played an integral part in spurring innovation among early adopters of connected vehicle application concepts through various grant programs, including the Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program and the Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Program. These deployments are integrating connected vehicle research concepts into practical and effective elements, enhancing existing operational capabilities.

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Spotlight on ITS for Roadway Safety

The U.S. DOT National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) outlines the Safe System Approach as the guiding paradigm to reduce serious injuries and deaths on our Nation’s highways, roads, and streets. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technologies can support these objectives and help in reaching the goal of zero roadway fatalities.

The Spotlight on ITS for Roadway Safety pages contain a variety of evaluation products by safety category to support informed decision-making. Explore the safety topics on the right to learn more about how ITS has been shown to improve safety.

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Deployment Statistics

The Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Deployment Tracking Survey (DTS) Data Repository contains a set of downloadable electronic files related to a series of ITS surveys conducted by the ITS Joint Program Office (JPO) since 1999. Surveys included in the repository are divided into three main categories: the 2019 Connected and Automated Vehicle (CV/AV Survey), ITS Deployment Tracking Surveys (1999 to 2020), and Special Topic Deployment Surveys.

For more information about the ITS DTS methodology and the files contained this Data Repository, please see the User's Guide.

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The ITS Deployment Evaluation Program presents summaries on the benefits, costs, deployment levels, and lessons learned for ITS deployment and operations.

Over 20 years of ITS evaluation studies, research syntheses, handbooks, journal articles, and conference papers tracking the effectiveness of deployed ITS.