Computer cursor shown on a laptop monitor.ITS CodeHub: Additional Resources

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) offers additional resources to discover transportation data and other useful information.

Departmental Source Code Management MemorandumExternal link icon

The U.S. DOT's Departmental Source Code Management Memorandum is issued under U.S. DOT Order 1351.27, Enterprise Architecture PolicyExternal link icon and addresses the requirements set out in the "Federal Source Code Policy" seeking to "ensure that new custom-developed Federal source code be made broadly available for reuse across the Federal Government." The Memorandum applies to source code custom-developed for the U.S. DOT.

Plan to Increase Public Access to the Results of Federally-Funded Scientific Research Results Version 1.1External link icon

This Plan establishes objectives to ensure public access to publications and digital data sets arising from U.S. DOT-managed research and development programs.

Policy Program and Archive | US Department of TransportationExternal link icon

This page contains links to the U.S. DOT's Office of the Chief Information Officer Policy Program documents on matters involving information and technology.

National Transportation LibraryExternal link icon

The U.S. DOT's National Transportation Library provides access to transportation-related research, reports, data, and reference services.

ITS DataHubExternal link icon

ITS DataHub provides a single point of entry to discover the U.S. DOT's publicly available ITS research data, including connected vehicle data.

ITS Fast FactsExternal link icon

ITS Fast Facts provides an overview of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), how the U.S. DOT has invested in ITS, and the benefits ITS offers.

ITS JPO Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment ProgramExternal link icon

The U.S. DOT's Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office (JPO) launched the Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program in September 2015. The program deploys, tests, and operationalizes cutting-edge mobile and roadside technologies enabling multiple connected vehicle applications. This site provides a detailed description of the program and its objectives, phases, and research progress.