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1 GATEWAY CITIES TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM FOR GOODS MOVEMENT OVERVIEW OF EMERGING CONNECTED COMMERCIAL VEHICLES PROGRAM Presented May 8, 2014

2 GATEWAY CITIES LOGISTICS CORRIDOR Anchored by Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Busiest marine port complex in North America Over 40% of the nation s total import traffic Over 25% of the nation s total export traffic Dominant port of entry for Pacific Rim/U.S. trade 10% of U.S. population lies within 100 miles 16 million TEUs per year 30% of freight to local destinations (w/in 500 miles) 70% of freight to other US destinations Includes 14 active marine terminals YTI, SSA, TTI, APL etc. 694 Million sqft. of regional warehousing space Robust transportation network I-710, I-5; I-405. I-605, I-105, SR 91 Vast arterial network: over 2300 signalized intersections Project growth in container volumes through these ports is expected to at least double by

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4 I-710 PROJECT Complete Plan and Certified EIR/EIS 2015 Complete Design and Engineering Break Ground (major projects) Complete Major Projects End-of-Life Estimate Cost - $3 Billion to $5 Billion 4

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6 GOODS MOVEMENT TECHNOLOGY Gateway Cities and LA Metro: Goods Movement Technology Efforts 2012 Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 2014 Gateway Cities ITS Deployment Plan Autonomous/Connected Commercial Vehicles Freeway Smart Corridors Arterial Smart Corridors Traveler Information and Data Fusion System Freight Traveler Information Dissemination Container Moves Productivity Improvements Truck Enforcement Network System 6

7 AUTONOMOUS/CONNECTED TRUCKS 7

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9 All aspects of a safety-critical control functions (e.g., steering, throttle, or braking) occur without direct driver input. All this possible through a mix of on-board sensors, cameras, GPS, and telecommunications equipment that obtains information in order to make their own judgments regarding safetycritical situations and act appropriately by effectuating control at some level. Near Far Infrared Camera Stereo Multi Purpose Camera Ultrasonic Sensors Multi Mode Radar Short Range Radar 9

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11 BENEFITS OF CONNECTED AUTONOMOUS TRUCKS Safety/collision avoidance Drive cycle smoothing Platooning increased throughput Signal coordination and signage More efficient route selection Parking space location Emissions benefits from the above Economic benefits from the above Goal: Make the I-710 ultra-safe and hyper-reliable to the trucking industry Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 11

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13 WORK TO DATE Preliminary Research/Planning OEM Industry Relationships Concept of Operations Test Plan Development Infrastructure Impact Assessment Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 13

14 PRELIMINARY RESEARCH/PLANNING Review of Demonstrations UC Berkeley PATH EU SARTRE CHAUFFER/CHARUFFER2 DARPA Grand Challenge Australia truck train demonstration US Demonstrations (Michigan, Florida, California, etc.) Autonomous vehicle Volvo, SWRI, Google, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, GM, BMW, Toyota Federal initiatives SAFETY Pilot Many Issues Legislation, Acceptability, Role of the infrastructure, Operating costs Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 14

15 BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH INDUSTRY Visit to Michigan Safety Pilot Demo Ann Arbor Largest connected vehicle demo to date Connected Vehicle Technology Association Center for Automotive Research Connected Vehicle test track Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 15

16 AUTONOMOUS/CONNECTED CHARRETTE 16

17 I-710 CONOPS FOR THE ZERO EMISSION FREIGHT CORRIDOR Identify outstanding freight corridor design and operational issues through ConOps Functions to be incorporated Zero Emissions, connected truck, and ITS Implementation and operating responsibilities Needs for design team to address Incident management Periodic major maintenance Ongoing process for tracking and evaluating technology developments Pursue additional test bed opportunities Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 17

18 1 In Tier 1 the I-710 ZE Freight Corridor would have traditional traffic control devices such as: Speed/volume detectors CCTV surveillance cameras CMS for traveler information 2 The more advanced trucks will come with systems to improve safety and reliability utilizing radars, cameras and other on-board safety systems. These trucks still operate independently and do not communicate with other trucks or anything on the roadside. 4 The driver has overall control and is solely responsible for safe operation of the truck. The driver can choose to cede limited control to the vehicle. 3 Features on fully equipped trucks in Tier I include: Adaptive Cruise Control Dynamic Brake Support Overtaking Assist Lane Departure Warning Systems Tier 1

19 1 In Tier 2 the traditional traffic control devices would remain, although new invehicle systems would begin to provide much of this information. 2 Trucks with advanced systems would begin to penetrate the marketplace with over half the vehicles having nearly autonomous features such as Cooperative Cruise Control. 4 The driver still has overall control and is solely responsible for safe operation of the truck. The driver can choose to cede more control to the vehicle. 3 In Tier 2 some trucks now begin to have Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication sharing, thereby increasing safety significantly. Even at this level, these technologies support increased reliability and are a benefit to I-710 throughput. Tier 2

20 1 In Tier 3 the traditional traffic control devices would not be needed any more. All traveler information (including tolling etc.) would be done in-vehicle. 2 Trucks with advanced systems would dominate the marketplace with the trucks having fully autonomous features. At this stage shorter headways could be utilized, thereby creating dynamic platoons of trucks and therefore greater throughput.. 4 The driver would cede full control over to the vehicle. 3 Trucks now begin to have Vehicle-to- Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure communication. Tier 3

21 TRUCK PLATOONING TEST PLAN Initial Proof-of-Concept Testing at the Fontana Speedway (or other test tracks) in February 2015, incorporating up to six intermodal trucks (of differing makes), DSRC 5.9 GHz devices, and associated truck platooning V-V hardware and software Prototype Operation Testing in the Gateway Cities region in 2016, incorporating real-world conditions and intermodal trucks (test facilities to be determined.) Three Pronged Approach from Charrette: Autonomous Drayage Tug Platooning Demonstration Safety Pilot II Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 21

22 TEST PLAN 4/30/

23 SUMMARY OF TEST FUNCTIONS Category Functions Vehicle-based elements Infrastructurebased elements Freight-specific issues Prescreening Qualified Vehicle DSRC DSRC Authentication of Truck Cab/Engine Credentials DSRC -Matching cab/trailer with credentials Zero Emissions DSRC Communication with OBD Emission Device (3 rd Party Device which connects to engine bus) DSRC Emissions detection - ZE credentialing (who does it? how?) Truck Platooning Capable DSRC Communication with OBD V-V truck platooning to verify hardware and software DSRC V-V hardware and software Certificate distribution and credentialing process Automated PreScreen DSRC Electronic security certificated Transponder DSRC Backhaul communication to relevant databases - Ability to access relevant CV databases and respond in adequate time ti enforce 4/30/

24 SUMMARY OF TEST FUNCTIONS Category Functions Vehicle-based elements Infrastructurebased elements Freight-specific issues Entry to Corridor Negotiate onramp DSRC GIS/Mapping Radar/VID DSRC Proper spacing and speed based on vehicle size and configuration Coop Adaptive Cruise Control (CACS) Merge into mainline DSRC GIS/Mapping Radar/VID Coop Adaptive Cruise Control (CACS) DSRC Establish proper spacing and speed based on vehicle size and configuration 4/30/

25 SUMMARY OF TEST FUNCTIONS Category Functions Vehicle-based elements Infrastructurebased elements Freight-specific issues Operate on Corridor Establish exit location GIS/Mapping Proper lane and speed Prompt for destination GIS/Mapping, OBD Downstream traffic conditions report Establish proper location to complete trip on facility Establish platoon position DSRC, GIS/Mapping, Radar/Imaging Proper spacing and speed based on vehicle size and configuration of all platoon vehicles 4/30/

26 SUMMARY OF TEST FUNCTIONS Category Functions Vehicle-based elements Infrastructurebased elements Freight-specific issues Change position in platoon (Platoon follower) Platoon leader exits establish new position as platoon leader or follower DSRC, Radar/Imaging Downstream traffic conditions report, DSRC and/or invehicle technology Establish position in new platoon based on vehicle size and configuration Become platoon leader DSRC, GIS/Mapping Transmit platoon leader status to following vehicles 4/30/

27 Category Functions Vehicle-based elements Infrastructurebased elements Freight-specific issues Exit from Corridor Prepare for exit GIS/Mapping Traffic conditions approaching and on exit ramp Proper lane location, speed/ deceleration rate for safe exit Check for automated operation off roadway (Automated operation off roadway) Confirm by driver (Manual operation off roadway) Alert driver for takeover GIS/Mapping DSRC, GIS/Mapping, Driver notification system Driver notification system, DSRC, GIS/Mapping Status of continuing route Identify operating conditions on continuing route Optimal timing of driver notification and takeover SUMMARY OF TEST FUNCTIONS (Manual operation off roadway) Driver takes over operation DSRC Transition from automated to manual operation (Manual operation off roadway) Driver fails to take over Driver notification system, DSRC, GIS/Mapping Safe location for pullover Initiate pullover and stop Emergency pullover and stop Driver notification system, DSRC, GIS/Mapping, Emergency notification system Safe location for pullover Notification of stopped vehicle to following vehicles, Emergency call 4/30/

28 FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION TRUCK PLATOONING DEMONSTRATION Exploratory advanced research program Intended to spur innovation and focus on high risk and high pay-off research Topic 1D - Partial Automation for Truck Platooning Truck dynamics and control Operating strategies Customer acceptance California-based Public-Private Consortium Using some of the products of this effort Selection announced recently Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 28

29 INFRASTRUCTURE IMPACT ASSESSMENT I-710 Infrastructure Impact Report Impacts to Freight Corridor Infrastructure DMS Tolling Equipment CCTV Connected Vehicle Radios (DSRC) Power/Communications Gateway Cities Technology Plan for Goods Movement 29

30 CONTAINER EFFICIENCY PROJECTS 30

31 Fleet Back Office Marine Terminal FRATIS LOS ANGELES PROTOTYPE: Web Service Web Interface & Alerts Queue Detection FRATIS USDOT Lead: Randy Butler (FHWA Office of Operations) 31

32 QUESTIONS? Presenter: Mark Jensen, Cambridge Systematics: Project Sponsored by LA METRO & Gateway Cities COG: Steve Gota, LA MTA; Jerry Wood, Gateway Cities COG; 32

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