Media Resources Infographics

The Vehicle Turning Right in Front of Bus application warns a bus driver when a vehicle attempts to turn right in front of the bus as the bus pulls away from a stop. In Tampa, a similar application (Vehicle Turning Right in Front of Transit Vehicle) will deliver safety messages to TECO Line streetcar operators and Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART) bus drivers on certain routes to help prevent crashes.

The Pedestrian in Signalized Crosswalk application warns the driver of a connected vehicle when a pedestrian is crossing the street in the projected path of the vehicle. The Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot is adapting this application to improve pedestrian safety at the midblock crosswalk on Twiggs Street near the Hillsborough County Courthouse.

The Intersection Movement Assist application warns the driver of a connected vehicle if it is not safe to enter an intersection—for example, if another vehicle is running a red light or making a sudden turn. The Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot is deploying this application at many downtown intersections.”

The Forward Collision Warning application warns the driver of a connected vehicle when a vehicle ahead is stopped or traveling slower and there is a risk of a rear-end collision. The Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot is using this application to improve safety on the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Reversible Express Lanes.

The Emergency Electronic Brake Light Warning application alerts the driver of a connected vehicle if hard braking occurs in the traffic stream ahead. The Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot is using this application to improve safety on the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Reversible Express Lanes.

The Curve Speed Warning application alerts drivers of connected vehicles if they are going too fast for an approaching curve. In Tampa, a similar application called End of Ramp Deceleration Warning will warn drivers to slow down to a recommended speed as their vehicles approach traffic backups at the downtown end of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Reversible Express Lanes.

The Eco-Traffic Signal Priority application gives priority to buses at traffic signals to help reduce emissions. The Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot will use a similar application called Transit Signal Priority on Jackson Street, Kennedy Boulevard and Marion Street to keep Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART) buses running on schedule.

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