ITS Transit Standards Professional Capacity Building Program

Module 17: Accessible Transportation Technologies Research Initiative (ATTRI)

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Module: 17

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Slide 3:

Instructor

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Bruce Eisenhart

Vice President, Operations

Consensus Systems Technologies

Slide 4:

Learning Objectives

  • Understand Background, Vision and Objectives of ATTRI
  • Discuss the ATTRI Focused Technology Areas
  • Describe ATTRI Foundation Considerations, Application Areas, and Applicable Standards

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Learning Objective 1

Understand Background, Vision, and Objectives of ATTRI

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What is the Background of ATTRI?

What is ATTRI?

  • U.S. DOT Multimodal Research and Development Effort
    • Co-led by FHWA and FTA with support from ITS-JPO
  • Solve door-to-door accessible transportation issues for persons with disabilities

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Source: Thinkstock/USDOT

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What is the Background of ATTRI?

Who is ATTRI meant for?

  • Persons with Disabilities
    • 56.7 million or 19% U.S. population
    • Older adults growing proportion of total

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What is the Background of ATTRI?

Program Trajectory

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ATTRI Vision

Enhance Mobility for Disabled Travelers

ATTRI seeks to remove barriers to transportation by leveraging advanced technology to enable people to travel more easily, affordably, and effectively, regardless of their individual abilities

Photo of an autonomous people mover vehicle.

Source: USDOT

Image of a sign with a wheelchair icon and a set of arrows indicating the direction for wheelchair access.

Source: Thinkstock/USDOT

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ATTRI Objectives

  • Explore state of the art technology solutions in the U.S. and Europe
  • Gather stakeholder input on needs and solutions from users for incorporation in ATTRI's future efforts
  • Identify application areas for prototyping

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Question

Which one is NOT a key population meant to be served by ATTRI?

Answer Choices

  1. Older Adults
  2. Children
  3. Persons with Disabilities
  4. Veterans with Disabilities

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Review of Answers

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.a) Older Adults
Incorrect. Older adults are considered because of possibility of reduction in all 4 dimension.

A small graphical green and yellow check mark representing correct.b) Children
Correct! Considering the needs of children is not a part of ATTRI.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.c) Persons with Disabilities
Incorrect. Persons with disabilities are a key population.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.d) Veterans with Disabilities
Incorrect. Veterans with Disabilities are a key subset of Persons with Disabilities.

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Learning Objective 2

Discuss the ATTRI Focused Technology Areas

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ATTRI Technology Areas

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Wayfinding & Navigation Solutions

  • Indoor/Outdoor navigation & orientation Apps
  • Situational awareness and text recognition devices

ITS & Assistive Technologies

  • Travel and emergency announcements with captioning and haptic/flashing alerts
  • V2V, V2I and V2P apps for pedestrians

Automation & Robotics

  • Personal mobility vehicles for first/last mile
  • Virtual caregivers/concierge services with machine vision/AI, V2X

Data Integration

  • Accessibility data and information systems
  • Interoperability and data needs

Enhanced Human Services Transportation

  • Real-time multimodal trip planning & services
  • Inclusive one-fare payment application for all travelers
  • Paratransit to Fixed-route

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Wayfinding and Navigation Solutions

  • Navigation Systems
    • Smartphone-based navigation systems
    • Beacons or electronic tags
    • Multiple communication formats
  • Wearable Technologies
  • Community Navigators

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Wayfinding & Navigation Solutions

  • Indoor/Outdoor navigation & orientation Apps
  • Situational awareness and text recognition devices

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Wayfinding and Navigation Solutions

  • Technology Examples
    • Indoor Wayfinding Device
    • Wearable Device to provide guidance

A photo of sight-impaired person walking with a cane, with a wearable device to provide guidance in his pocket.

Source: Thinkstock/USDOT

A photo of a wayfinding device being used inside of a building to guide the user.

Source: USDOT

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ATTRI Technology Areas

ITS and Assistive Technologies

  • ITS provides a broad range of wireless and sensor-based communications and information technology
  • Real-Time situational awareness
  • Accessible, assistive, and adaptive devices
    Information in accessible communication formats
  • Connected vehicle technologies support applications for Pedestrians
  • Adaptive Pedestrian Signal Timing
  • Emergency vehicle and safety alerts

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ITS & Assistive Technologies

  • Travel and emergency announcements with captioning and haptic/flashing alerts
  • V2V, V2I and V2P apps for pedestrians

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ATTRI Technology Areas

ITS and Assistive Technologies

  • Technology Examples
    • Connected Vehicle Technologies
      • Smartphones, watches or glasses to interface with vehicles, infrastructure, and pedestrians

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Source: USDOT

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Automation and Robotics

  • Vehicle automation technology to solve first mile/last mile mobility issues
  • Collaborative robots
    • Provide concierge services
    • Assist with activities such as walking
  • Machine Vision, artificial intelligence, assistive robots

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Automation & Robotics

  • Personal mobility vehicles for first/last mile
  • Virtual caregivers/concierge services with machine vision/AI, V2X

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Automation and Robotics

  • Technology Examples
    • Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAV)
    • Assistive Robots

Photo of Toyota i-Real Assistive Robot.

Source: USDOT

Photo of an automated last mile vehicle.

Source: USDOT

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Data Integration

  • Enable the integration of data and information systems
    • In-depth accessibility information
    • Expanded user profile for persons with accessibility needs usable by service providers to customize service

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Data Integration

  • Accessibility data and information systems
  • Interoperability and data needs

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Data Integration

  • Technology Example
    • Mobile App that can integrate the user mobility profile with accessibility needs

The slide has two images. The first image of a mobile phone with trip planning function. The second image of en route travel schedule on a mobile device.

Source: USDOT

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Enhanced Human Service Transportation

  • Real-time, multimodal trip and services planning and traveler decision support
  • Paratransit to Fixed-route
  • Integrated Payment Systems

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Enhanced Human Services Transportation

  • Real-time multimodal trip planning & services
  • Inclusive one-fare payment application for all travelers
  • Paratransit to Fixed-route

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ATTRI Technology Areas

Enhanced Human Service Transportation

  • Technology Examples
    • Smart Card or Mobile App to pay for transit services
    • Applications to link various transit services

This slide has an image of a smart card being used to board public transportation.

Source: USDOT

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Question

Which area was NOT identified as one of the ATTRI Technology Areas?

Answer Choices

  1. Wayfinding and Navigation Solutions
  2. Integrated payment
  3. Automation and Robotics
  4. Data Integration

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Review of Answers

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.a) Wayfinding and Navigation Solutions
Incorrect. This is one of the 5 technology areas.

A small graphical green and yellow check mark representing correct.b) Integrated payment
Correct! Integrated Payment is not a technology area, but is a foundational consideration.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.c) Automation and Robotics
Incorrect. This is one of the 5 technology areas.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.d) Data Integration
Incorrect. This is one of the 5 technology areas.

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Learning Objective 3

Describe ATTRI Foundational Considerations, Application Areas, and Applicable Standards

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ATTRI Foundational Considerations

Considerations Overview

  • All ATTRI applications should include four "cross-cutting" considerations

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(Extended Text Description: This slide has a graphic showing the four foundational considerations of ATTRI arranged in a circle with four quadrants, which are: Standard Accessible Data Platform, Universal Design Standards, Integrated Mobile Payment, and Leverage Existing Technologies.)

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ATTRI Foundational Considerations

Standard Accessible Data Platform

  • Access to real-time, situational data sources
  • Data standardization and interoperability

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ATTRI Foundational Considerations

Universal Design Standards

  • New Applications or leveraging of existing solutions
    • Applicability of technical solution applies to the needs of all user groups
  • Multiple accessible communication formats and user interfaces

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Source: USDOT

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ATTRI Foundational Considerations

Integrated Mobile Payment

  • Payment for transportation
  • Usable by travelers of any abilities
  • Interoperability across modes

This slide has a graphic of the Clipper Card, which is a multimodal card used in the San Francisco Bay area.

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ATTRI Foundational Considerations

Leverage Existing Technologies

  • Apply existing technologies to user needs
    • ITS
    • On-Demand
    • Data Standards
    • Mobile Technology
    • Wearables
    • Assistive Technologies
  • Either currently available or already under development

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Focused Application Areas

How Chosen?

  • ATTRI project obtained inputs on Application Areas in three different ways:
    • User Needs Webinars
    • Technology Scan
    • Request for Information

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Focused Application Areas

Top application areas identified

  1. Pre-Trip Concierge and Visualization
  2. Smart Wayfinding and Navigation Systems
  3. Shared Use, Automation and Robotics
  4. Safe Intersection Crossing

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Focused Application Areas

Pre-Trip Concierge and Visualization

  • Pre-Trip Concierge
    • Provide pre-trip and en route traveler information
    • Design for people with blindness, low vision, cognitive and mobility issues
  • Visualization
    • Passengers "see" their entire routes on an app with landmarks
    • Virtual caregiver helps plan routes and track travelers movement
    • Connectivity to caregiver or family member

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Source: Thinkstock/USDOT

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Focused Application Areas

Pre-Trip Concierge and Visualization

  • Application Examples
    • Assist for everyday activities: walking or getting to work
    • Ability to learn and remember routes
    • Integrating different modes with accessibility accommodations
    • Virtual exploration devices to help visually impaired
    • Voice overlay including family members
    • Emoji's for accessible transportation

This slide contains a graphic of a tablet with an image of Penn Central Station that is part of a route guidance system for the station.

Source: AIGA

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Focused Application Areas

Pre-Trip Concierge and Visualization-Standards

  • ITS Data Standards apply to static and real time transportation data
  • Transit Static Data
    • GTFS
    • TCIP
  • Transit Real Time Data
    • GTFS-realtime
    • SIRI
  • Traffic Conditions
    • TMDD

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Focused Application Areas

Transit Static Data Standards - General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)

  • Transit Static Data
    • Routes and Schedules
  • Originally developed, still maintained by Google
  • Specification, not a standard
  • Now used by 1000's of Transit Agencies
  • Primarily to support trip planning

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Focused Application Areas

Transit Static Data Standards - Transit Communications Interface Profiles (TCIP)

  • Published by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
  • ITS standard for exchanging information among transit ITS systems and components
  • Primarily designed for intra-agency use
  • Includes passenger information for static schedules and routes

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Focused Application Areas

Transit Real Time Data- GTFS-realtime

  • Real time version of the GTFS
  • Launched in 2011- 6 cities initially
  • Maintained by Google
  • Primarily to support en route traveler information
  • Information included
    • Trip Update: When will the vehicle arrive/depart?
    • Vehicle Position: Where is the vehicle?
    • Alerts: Are any planned or unplanned events affecting service?

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Focused Application Areas

Transit Real Time Data- SIRI

  • Service interface for real-time information relating to public transport operations (SIRI)
  • European Committee for Standardization (CEN) standard.
  • Functional Services covered
    • Production Timetable
    • Estimated Timetable
    • Stop Timetable/ Monitoring
    • Vehicle Timetable/ Monitoring
    • Connection Timetable/ Monitoring
  • Increasing deployment in US

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Focused Application Areas

Traffic Data Standards- TMDD

  • Traffic Management Data Dictionary (TMDD)
  • Developed and maintained by ITE and AASHTO
  • Center-to-center standard for exchanging transportation information between a traffic management center and other centers
  • Provides real-time information about road network conditions and Incidents
  • Widely deployed by state transportation departments
  • Supports trip planning

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Focused Application Areas

Smart Wayfinding & Navigation Systems

  • Navigation Systems
  • Wearable Technologies
  • Community Navigators

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Source: Thinkstock/USDOT

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Focused Application Areas

Smart Wayfinding & Navigation Systems

  • Application Capabilities
    • Recognize and detect stationary objects
    • Read and recognize important text and signage
    • Detect, track, represent moving objects
    • One button push notification of location
    • Wearable sensors

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Focused Application Areas

Smart Wayfinding & Navigation Systems-Standards

  • Navigation Systems are supported by same set of ITS standards previously mentioned
    • GTFS
    • GTFS-realtime
    • SIRI
    • TMDD
  • Wearable Technologies
    • ISO developing standards for haptic and tactile interactions

Slide 48:

Focused Application Areas

Smart Wayfinding & Navigation Systems-Standards

  • Wearable Technology Standard
    • ISO developing a set of standards relating to tactile and haptic interactions (ISO 9241-9xx)
    • Ergonomics of human-system interaction Part 910: Framework for tactile and haptic interaction
    • Only published standard contains
      • Terms
      • Interactions
      • Devices

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Focused Application Areas

Smart Wayfinding & Navigation Systems-Standards

  • Wayfindr Standard
    • Open standard for digital wayfinding on mobile devices through audio-based navigation
    • Developed by not-for-profit venture of ustwo and RLSB
    • Standard contains
      • Design principles
      • Guidelines for navigation instructions
      • Technology best practices
      • Wayfindr demo mobile app

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Focused Application Areas

Shared Use, Automation & Robotics

  • Assistive and collaborative robotics to enhance mobility
  • Ability to plan and execute trips, associated services
  • Transformative transportation alternatives

Photo of the Google autonomous vehicle.

Source:Google

Photo of an automated pod vehicle.

Source: USDOT

Photo of a shared use autonomous vehicle.

Source: USDOT

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Focused Application Areas

Shared Use, Automation & Robotics-Standards

  • Application of Autonomous Vehicles to Transit
    • Address first/last mile
    • Application in controlled areas

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Focused Application Areas

Shared Use, Automation & Robotics-Standards

  • Automated (vs Autonomous) Vehicles
    • Automation is a continuum of advances
    • Autonomous is the end state where vehicle is "self-driving"
    • DSRC Connected Vehicle Standards (SAE J2735 and J2945) apply for data into and out of the vehicle
    • Many other activities underway, but not completed yet
      • IEEE P2040 - Standard for Connected, Automated and Intelligent Vehicles: Overview and Architecture
      • SAE On-Road Automated Vehicle Systems (ORAV)
      • FHWA Automated Vehicle Research Program

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Focused Application Areas

Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC)

On-Board Unit (OBU):

  • Broadcasts a set of "basic" data such as vehicle location, speed, and direction of travel; AND/OR
  • Receives data from other vehicles or the infrastructure

RoadSide Unit (RSU):

  • Receives a set of "basic" data from an OBE on vehicles; AND/OR
  • Broadcasts information to vehicles or other mobile devices

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(Extended Text Description: This slide contains a graphic of an intersection illustrating connected vehicle communications between vehicle on-board equipment, roadside equipment, and traffic signal controllers. Author's relevant notes: This is a visualization of how the connected vehicle environment using DSRC might work. It consists of 5.9 GHz radios, called an On-Board Unit in vehicles, broadcasting "basic" data about the vehicle, such as vehicle location, speed and direction of travel. It may also receive data from other devices, such as the other vehicles, the roadside infrastructure, or other connected devices.)

Source: USDOT

Slide 54:

Focused Application Areas

Connected Vehicle Standard: SAE J2735 DSRC Message Set Dictionary

  • Developed and published by the Society of Automotive Engineers
  • Defines messages and data elements for connected devices
    • Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)-
      • Basic Safety Message
    • Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I)
      • Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT)
      • Traveler Information Message (TIM)

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Focused Application Areas

Connected Vehicle Standard: SAE J2945 DSRC Minimum Performance Requirements

  • Series of standards being developed to define performance requirements for different messages defined in SAE J2735
    • J2945/0 will define common requirements for DSRC
    • J2945/1 Performance Requirements for V2V Safety Applications
    • J2945/6 Performance Requirements for Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control and Platooning
    • J2945/9 Performance Requirements for Safety Communications to Vulnerable Road Users

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Focused Application Areas

Safe Intersection Crossing

  • Intersection crossing assistance for all travelers
  • Pedestrians interface with traffic signals, vehicles and nomadic devices
  • Guidance, notifications and alerts

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(Extended Text Description: This slide contains three graphics. The first shows a car at an intersection where a blind pedestrian waits to cross the signal. The graphic uses radiating circles to illustrate the continuous communication among the car, the traffic light and the pedestrian's smart phone. The second graphic shows a wristwatch assistive technology and the third graphic shows a service dog with a blind person.)

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Focused Application Areas

Safe Intersection Crossing-Standards

  • Connected Vehicle and Mobile Device Standards
    • DSRC Standards currently focus on vehicles
      • SAE J2735/ SAE J2945
    • DSRC committee currently extending standards for mobile device interfaces (J2945/9)
  • Connected Intersections
    • NTCIP Standards being updated to address

Slide 58:

Focused Application Areas

Safe Intersection Crossing Standards: NTCIP 1202

  • National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP)
    • Series of standards addressing primarily field device interfaces
    • Created and maintained by AASHTO, ITE, and NEMA
  • NTCIP 1202- Object Definitions for Actuated Signal Controllers (ASC)
    • Being updated to address connected intersections

Slide 59:

Focused Application Areas

The Road Ahead

  • Prototyping of Application Areas
    • FHWA/FTA BAA
      • Addresses three application areas
    • HHS National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)
      • Addresses automation and robotics to enhance accessible transportation
  • Integrated Demonstrations and Pilots

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Focused Application Areas

The Road Ahead

  • Additional Implementation Issues
    • Integration into Planning Process
    • Include in strategies to improve mobility
    • New/ expanded standards to support implementation

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Slide 62:

Question

Which of the following standards, relevant to ATTRI is NOT a formal standard?

Answer Choices

  1. Google GTFS
  2. APTA TCIP
  3. CEN SIRI
  4. SAE J2735

Slide 63:

Review of Answers

A small graphical green and yellow check mark representing correct.a) Google GTFS
Correct! While GTFS is often considered the de facto standard for transit, it does not undergo a formal standardization process.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.b) APTA TCIP
Incorrect. APTA TCIP undergoes a formal standardization process.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.c) CEN SIRI
Incorrect. CEN SIRI undergoes a formal standardization process.

A small graphical red and yellow X representing incorrect.d) SAE J2735
Incorrect. SAE J2735 undergoes a formal standardization process.

Slide 64:

Module Summary

What We Learned about ATTRI

  1. It is a multiyear effort to identify solutions to solve door-to-door accessible transportation issues for persons with disabilities.
  2. Defined 5 technology areas
  3. Which, based on user inputs, has been used to define 4 application areas that will be prototyped

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