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Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture (CVRIA) Webinar Series

USDOT and the CVRIA team held a seven-part webinar series on the first draft of the connected vehicle architecture views. The objective of the webinar series was to gather feedback on the views before launching analysis to identify candidate interfaces for standardization. In each webinar, the CVRIA team presented two or three representative views and discussed the interface analysis and candidate standards process, and the policy analysis results to date. For more information on CVRIA, please visit:

The CVRIA webinar series concluded on December 17, 2013. More information about each webinar and archived recordings are available in the table below.

CVRIA: Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture
Topic Date Archive
1 V2I Safety Applications
Red Light Violation Warning
Curve Speed Warning
Intelligent Network Flow Optimization App
November 6, 2013 Available here
2 Signal Applications
Intelligent Traffic Signal System
Emergency Vehicle Priority
ECO Approach and Departure
November 14, 2013 Available here
3 Road Weather
Weather Responsive Traffic Management
Enhanced Maintenance Decision Support
November 19, 2013 Available here
4 Trucks
Smart Roadside Initiative
Freight Advanced Traveler Information Systems
November 26, 2013 Available here
5 Support Applications
Data Distribution
Communications Support
Core Authorization
December 3, 2013 Available here
6 Transit Applications
Pedestrian and Turning Vehicle Crash Warning
Integrated Multi-modal Payment
December 10, 2013 Available here
7 R.E.S.C.U.M.E.
Incident Scene Pre-Arrival Staging Guidance for Emergency Responders
Incident Scene Work Zone Alerts for Drivers and Workers
December 17, 2013 Available here

To learn more about the Intelligent Transportation System Joint Program Office or the Connected Vehicle Research Program, please visit