The cost to equip 10 intersections with dedicated short range communications (DSRC) was estimated at $70K to $80K in the Seattle area.

Washington State DOT (WSDOT) provides an update on SPaT Challenge deployment activities on the SR 522 corridor.

Made Public Date
09/18/2019

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Seattle
Washington
United States
Identifier
2019-00439
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Summary Information

This presentation provided cost estimates for the implementation of hardware, software, and engineering activities for vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication systems installed at 10 intersections along Lake City – Brothell Way NE (SR 522) near Seattle, Washington to support the nationwide SPaT Challenge initiative.

The goal of the SPaT Challenge is to achieve deployment of Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) infrastructure with SPaT (and MAP) message broadcasts in at least one corridor or network (approximately 20 signalized intersections) in each state by January 2020 with the purpose of introducing infrastructure owners and operators (IOOs) to DSRC-based V2I deployment (procurement, licensing, installation, and operational experience) and demonstrating commitment to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and application developers to encourage their participation.

Typical cost-driver estimates:

  • Hardware
  • Engineering
    • Design Testing ($1000 to $8500 per corridor)
    • Installation/Integration ($2000 to $11,000 per corridor)
    • Lane Closures / Night Work additional
  • Create MAP Data per system ($400 to $1500)
    • Use of Tool additional
    • Local Mapping additional
  • Communications ($4,000 to $40,000 per corridor)
  • O&M ($2,000 to $3,000 per year per intersection)

Proposed system cost for deployment on SR 522:

  • Ten (10) intersections including DSRC Antennas, MAP, On-board Unit (OBU) Modules, and SPaT License: $70,000 to $80,000.
Description
Quantity
Unit Price Total
DSRC OBU. Includes complete kit with human interface device: On-board computer display unit with power over Ethernet (PoE) injector
1
$2,500
$2,500
DSRC radio-roadside unit complete kit with RSU with PoE injector, Pelco mount, antenna, and cabling
10
$5,250
$52,500
MaxTime License for Connected Vehicle-MaxConnect (Excludes Maxtime Local)
10
$1,750
$17,500
MaxView Central System License (Excludes hardware)
10
$300
$3,000
Map file configuration (per map)
10
$220
$2,200

WSDOT NWR SPaT Challenge

WSDOT NWR SPaT Challenge
Publication Sort Date
07/01/2018
Author
Eghtedari, Ali G.
Publisher
Washington State DOT

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System Cost

DSRC Infrastructure: $7K-$8K per intersection.

System Cost Subsystem