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Connected and Automated Vehicles Task Force

The Connected and Automated Vehicles Task Force (CAV Task Force) is a forum for dialogue and collaboration among transportation system owner-operators, regulatory bodies, private businesses, industry organizations, and academia. Its overarching purpose is to help TAC members respond to and benefit from the development and application of connected vehicle and automated vehicle technologies, with an emphasis on optimizing outcomes for public health and safety, mobility, economic prosperity and environmental sustainability in urban and rural communities.

The technical topics within the scope of the CAV Task Force may include:

  • Transportation infrastructure planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance and financing, including cross-border issues
  • Vulnerable road user safety, accessibility and levels of service
  • Transit, parking, goods movement and land use
  • Electric vehicles and shared mobility services
  • Information and communication technologies
  • Data collection, management and access
  • Cyber security and privacy
  • Personnel training and development

The CAV Task Force was created in October 2018, and will hold its inaugural meeting in April 2019 at TAC’s Spring Technical Meetings in Ottawa.

The current Chair and Vice-Chair of the Task Force are Garreth Rempel and Kenedee Ludwar, respectively.

Further information please contact Geoff Noxon.

Task Force Resources