KYTC Six Year Highway Plan 2022-2028 – Planning Study to Evaluate the Potential for dedicated automated or connected vehicle (c/av) lanes on 1-64 between Lexington and Louisville

On November 8, 2022 the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet requested proposals for the first of its kind, connected/automated vehicle dedicated lane feasibility study on I-64 between Louisville and Lexington. The KYTC held a pre request for proposal project information webinar on October 31, 2022. Pre-Request for Proposal Presentation. Proposals were due on November 30, 2022. Here is the Request for Proposal. Consultant interviews were held on January 19 and 20, 2023 and final selection was made on January 20, 2023. A series of meetings on scoping, Modeling approach and Public engagement approach were held throughout February (10,12,20,24, and 28, 2023). Negotiated fee proposal was accepted on July 24, 2023. Notice to proceed was granted on August 4, 2023. 

Assessing Kentucky Drivers’ Acceptance and Behaviors of Automated Driving

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KYTC CAV Strategy (Full Report)

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AID Demonstration Project – Connected Vehicle Technology Pilot Project – Richmond Bypass and Bowling Green

Gibson, B. 2017. Analysis of Autonomous Vehicle Policies. Kentucky Transportation Research Report KTC-16-25/PL-29-1F

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