The INDOT mission focuses on “…connecting Hoosiers with the world.” The Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) Division is responsible for research, development, implementation, education and regulation of emerging and transformational technologies in the connected, automated and electric vehicle space. We aim to be a resource and partner that best positions Indiana for the future of transportation.
- Why Focus on Emerging Mobility?
To position Indiana to meet the demands of future transportation technologies and infrastructure needs through stakeholder awareness, continued development of a next generation workforce and a robust business climate
- Where can I find out more about Indiana’s EV Charging Network?
Please visit www.goevin.com for information on Indiana’s EV network and all of the resources available.
- What are the potential benefits of CAV Technologies?
- Improved safety through the reduction of human error(causal factor in up to 90% of motor vehicle crashes
- Reduced congestion through technology optimization that allows vehicles to drive closer together to increase vehicle capacity on a given road.
- Improved mobility and accessibility through the availability of transportation for those unable to or who do not have access to traditional transportation.
- USDOT AV Guidance and Framework: Ensuring American Leadership in Automated Vehicle Technologies: Automated Vehicles 4.0 (AV Policy 4.0)
- SAE J3016 Vehicle Automation Standards: J3016 Taxonomy and Definitions for Terms Related to Driving Automation Systems for On-Road Motor Vehicles
- Indiana Code on Truck Platooning, IC 9-21-22
- Indiana Code on Electric Vehicle Definition, IC 9-13-3-2
- House Bill 1015- Worksite speed control pilot program. 2023
- House Bill 1341 – Autonomous Vehicles. 2018. Introduced AV Regulatory Framework for Indiana failed to pass by deadline. No legislation since has come close to passage. Indiana currently has no AV laws on the books.