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ITS PCB Peer Exchange

The ITS PCB Peer Exchange Program provides short-term technical assistance to agencies facing ITS planning, procurement, deployment, and operational challenges. An ITS PCB Peer Exchange is an important tool for transferring ITS knowledge, resources, and experiences among public agencies and throughout the transportation industry.

Contact ITS PCB Peer Exchange Program staff at To learn more before you call, refer to the ITS PCB Peer Exchange Guidelines.


The ITS PCB Peer Exchange Program tries to cover all costs associated with the assistance efforts, within limits of the guidelines. The ITS Peer Exchange Program will pay for travel, accommodations, meals, incidental expenses, and similar costs associated with on-site and off-site assistance.


Peers and the program’s national office staff are required to hold all information confidential within the program. Public release of information (for example for a newsletter synopsis) is approved in advance by the agencies and Peers involved.


Over 120 ITS peer experts lend their technical expertise to the ITS PCB Peer Exchange Program. Most experts are public sector transportation professionals who are active in the planning, design, procurement, and implementation of ITS. Experts from the private sector supplement public sector experts to ensure the program offers depth on a wide range of ITS technical issues.


A broad range of organizations are eligible for ITS PCB Peer Exchange assistance:

  • State, county, and city transportation
  • Transit agencies
  • Turnpike and tollway authorities
  • Metropolitan and Statewide planning organizations
  • Emergency and public safety organizations
  • Motor carrier offices


Peer experts can help with Accelerating ITS Deployment, addressing a variety of ITS challenges in areas such as:
  • Planning
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Project Prioritization
    • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Safety
    • Advanced vehicle safety systems
  • Deployment
    • Connected Vehicles, including Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P), and Vehicle-to-everything (V2X)
    • SPaT/MAP Deployment
    • RSU/OBU Deployment
    • Traffic signal control systems
    • Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS)
    • Integrated Corridor Management (ICM)
    • Communications Infrastructure
    • Truck Platooning
    • Work Zone Data Exchange
  • Operations
    • Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO)
    • Operations and maintenance
    • Incident/Emergency Management
  • Procurement
    • Procurement and specification review
    • Requirements Development for emerging technologies
  • Security
    • System/cyber security
    • Public safety and security
    • Security Credential Management System
  • Systems Engineering
    • System design, architecture, and integration
    • ITS Architecture/ITS Standards
  • Equity
    • Public Transportation
    • Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
    • Mobility on Demand (MOD)
  • Data Management
    • Modeling and simulation
    • Analysis and evaluation

Want More Information Before You Apply?

Contact the ITS PCB Peer Exchange Program staff at To learn more before you call, refer to the ITS PCB Peer Exchange Guidelines.

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For inquiries regarding the ITS PCB Program, please contact the USDOT Point of Contact below.
J.D. Schneeberger
Program Manager, Knowledge and Technology Transfer

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