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Novosad, Stephen; Steve Johnson; Victor Blue; Sisinnio Concas; David Miller; Joe Waggoner; and Bob Frey
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The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) Connected Vehicle (CV) Pilot Deployment aimed to test a connected urban environment and measure the effect and impact of CVs in a busy downtown with tolled expressway, bus and street car service, high pedestrian densities, special events and high dynamic traffic demand over the course of a typical day. THEA deployed Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) CV solutions within the environment with the goals of enhancing pedestrian safety, speeding bus operations and reducing conflicts between street cars, pedestrians and passenger cars at locations with high volumes of mixed traffic.

This report describes the updated System Requirements Specification (SyRS) for the Tampa CV Pilot Deployment. The updated SyRS reflects the requirements implemented in the Operate and Maintain phase of the project (Phase 3) and describes the current system requirements derived from the user needs, Concept of Operations, Security Management Operating Concept, Safety Management Plan, and the Performance Measurement and Evaluation Support Plan.

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FHWA-JPO-16-315
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Prepared by the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority for the USDOT Federal Highway Administration
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Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program Phase 3, System Requirements Specification (SyRS) – Tampa (THEA)
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