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Texas Connected Freight Corridors: A Sustainable Connected Vehicle Deployment

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Opportunity No: 693JJ317NF0001

A proposal to the
U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration

Submitted by
Texas Department of Transportation

In Partnership with
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Southwest Research Institute
The University of Texas at Austin

June 12, 2017

Volume 1 – Technical Application
Project Name The Texas Connected Freight Corridors Project
Eligible Entity Apply to Receive Federal Funding Texas Department of Transportation
Total Project Cost (from all sources) $15,645,450
ATCMTD Request $7,774,000
Are matching funds restricted to a specific project component? If so, which one? No
State(s) in which the project is located Texas
Is the project currently programmed in the:
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)? Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)? MPO Long Range Transportation Plan? State Long Range Transportation Plan?
Pending Pending No Pending
Technologies Proposed to be Deployed Advanced traveler information systems, advanced transportation management technologies, infrastructure condition monitoring technologies, connected vehicle V2I and V2V technologies, freight parking system technologies, truck platooning technology, border crossing technologies
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