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Driverless vehicles are already on the road, and transportation agencies are scrambling to plan and prepare for this fast-approaching revolution in transportation.

Federal, state, and local governments are establishing policies and regulations to deal with this disruptive technology, while auto manufacturers and technology companies continue to make rapid advances. Engineering and design firms will be tasked with advising their clients on the impact of these vehicles for transportation services and future infrastructure needs.

Join Lauren Isaac for this exclusive online class to consider various scenarios for implementation and integration of automated vehicles into our transportation system, and how your firm and your state and local clients need to prepare.


  • Understand automated and connected vehicle technologies
  • Review the recently published Automated Vehicles Policy from the U.S. Department of Transportation, including model guidance for state and local governments
  • Consider the implications of highly automated vehicles for state and local transportation agencies, including infrastructure planning and development (i.e. traffic signage and control, lane widths, parking needs, land use planning, and electric vehicle charging stations)
  • Here’s what attendees said they learned …

“”Gave our firm the basic understanding of the future of AV and how it might impact our transportation planning practice.””

“”How policy, design criteria and implementation will need to integrate.””

“”Driverless vehicles now fall within the planning horizon necessary to predict demand on the roadway system.””

Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


Price (Member)


Price (Non-Member)


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