In Detroit, the design and construction of traffic signal interconnection upgrades, DSRC field infrastructure, and communication systems designed to support CV applications cost $1.33 million on a 6-mile corridor and $1.42 million on a 12-mile corridor.

A Michigan DOT (MDOT) report on the use of funds appropriated for next generation technologies.

Made Public Date
07/18/2019

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Detroit
Michigan
United States
Identifier
2019-00433
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Summary Information

In response to state agency reporting requirements this source document outlined estimates for Connected Vehicle (CV) infrastructure deployment expenditures in SE Michigan.

Details for two comparable projects are highlighted below:

Traffic Signal System Upgrade for Connected Vehicles on Route M-1.
This project includes the design and construction of traffic signal interconnection and upgrades, DSRC field infrastructure, and communication systems to support Connected Vehicles applications for safety and mobility on an approximate 12-mile section of the M-1 corridor between Jefferson Ave. and I-696 in north Detroit. Cost Estimate: $1,420,000.

Traffic Signal System Upgrade for Connected Vehicles on Route US-12.
This project includes the design and construction of traffic signal interconnection and upgrades, DSRC field infrastructure, and communication systems to support Connected Vehicles applications for safety and mobility. In support of the American Center for Mobility (ACM) at Willow Run, MDOT will deploy DSRC infrastructure along an approximate 6-mile section of the US-12 corridor between I-275 and Washtenaw County Line. This corridor, adjacent to the ACM site, connects I-94 and I-275, in what will become a connected loop surrounding this automated vehicle test site, allowing for test vehicles to proceed off the test site and into a connected open-road environment to further testing and certification efforts. Cost Estimate: $1,330,000.

Michigan Department of Transportation Public Act 82 of 2018, Section 303(2) Reporting Requirement: Next Generation Technologies and Service Delivery

Michigan Department of Transportation Public Act 82 of 2018, Section 303(2) Reporting Requirement: Next Generation Technologies and Service Delivery
Publication Sort Date
03/25/2019
Publisher
Michigan DOT

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System Cost

CV infrastructure (12-mile corridor): $1.42M. CV infrastructure (6-mile corridor): $1.33M.