SPaT Challenge Overview

The SPaT Challenge

A challenge to state and local public sector transportation infrastructure owners and operators to cooperate together to achieve deployment of DSRC infrastructure with SPaT broadcasts in at least one corridor or network (approximately 20 signalized intersections) in each of the 50 states by January 2020.  SPaT broadcasts are expected to be accompanied by MAP and RTCM broadcasts.

Click here for an overview of the current state of the SPaT Challenge, given by Blaine Leonard at the April 18, 2017 AASHTO Connected & Automated Vehicle Focus Area webinar. 

SPaT Challenge Progress

The map display below illustrates those agencies actively participating in the SPaT Challenge, and those that have completed the Challenge.  Additional resources are available at this site.  Please let us know if you accept the SPaT Challenge.

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SPaT deployment underway
SPaT deployment operational

Let Us Know You Are Actively Pursuing the SPaT Challenge

We’d like to hear from every agency who is participating in the challenge. This will allow us to update our national map, and help encourage peer to peer exchange of information, please provide the following information in an e-mail to nocoe@transportationops.org

  • Name, email, phone of local contact
  • Location (City and state)
  • Timeline for deployment (rough estimate of planned completion date)
  • Description (1 paragraph summary of what your agency is doing e.g. “SPaT broadcast at 20 intersections with MAP planned initially and RTCM to come in the following year, goal is to support Red Light Violation warnings”)

Update Us On Your Progress

If you have already notified us that you are accepting the SPaT Challenge and would like to send an update on your progress, we’d love to use it to update the map.  Please email your update to nocoe@transportationops.org