ITS Program Advisory Committee Releases its 2011 Report

The Intelligent Transportations Systems Program Advisory Committee (ITS PAC), which advices the U.S. Department of Transportation on the scope and direction of the Department’s Intelligent Transportation Systems Program, released its 2011 report with 26 recommendations for the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office (ITS JPO).

ITS PAC provides input into the development of the ITS aspects of U.S. DOT’s strategic plan and reviews ITS research being considered for funding.

The Committee, which was created by Congress in 2007, met six times in its 2010-2011 session. In addition to its regularly scheduled meetings at the U.S. DOT in Washington, D.C., notable meetings were held at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in Oakland, CA, and in Ann Arbor, MI. The goal of the meetings were to expose the Committee to more in-depth information on ITS activities and progress in transit operations (Oakland) and the private sector automobile manufacturer industry (Ann Arbor). These meetings were held in January and March of 2011, respectively.

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ITS JPO is a program within the Research and Innovative Technology Administration.