Project 4.01: Connected Vehicles Applications to Improve Infrastructure Safety and Durability

Connected Vehicles Applications to Improve Infrastructure Safety and Durability

Project 4.01

Project Summary

This project will identify opportunities and vulnerabilities for enhanced connectivity of transportation infrastructure in Maine and New England. The project will consider how these technologies will improve the durability of infrastructure and improve safety and efficiency for road users. The project will include a review of available technologies and their applications, recommendations for a pilot of one application, and a strategic investment guideline, including potential costs and benefits.

Principal Investigator

Dr. Jonathan Rubin


Dr. Kathryn Ballingall


University of Maine

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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, University Transportation Centers Program, Department of Transportation, University of Maine.

Implementation of Research Outcomes:

This project is in its initial research phase. Implementation of research outcomes will be reported upon completion of the research outputs.

Impacts and Benefits of Implementation:

This project is in its research phase. Impacts and benefits of the research will be reported after the implementation phase.

Printable Project Information Sheet

April 2019 Semi-Annual Progress Report

September 2019 Semi-Annual Progress Report

January 2020 Quarterly Progress Report

March 2020 Quarterly Progress Report

June 2020 Quarterly Progress Report

September 2020 Quarterly Progress Report

December 2020 Quarterly Progress Report

March 2021 Quarterly Progress Report

June 2021 Quarterly Progress Report

September 2021 Quarterly Progress Report

December 2021 Quarterly Progress Report

March 2022 Quarterly Progress Report

June 2022 Quarterly Progress Report

September 2022 Quarterly Progress Report