CITI – An update on Australia’s First Pilot Deployment of CITS

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Tyler, Paul; Wall, John; Vecovski, Vanessa


Conference Material

23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems

Melbourne, Australia


Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (CITS) is a term generally used to describe a form of Intelligent Transport Systems in which information is shared amongst vehicles or between vehicles and roadside infrastructure such as traffic signals. The Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative (CITI) is Australia’s first semi-permanent CITS field test bed site. The first stage of the CITI test bed has been deployed. It operates in an area of 917 sq. km. (91,672 hectares / 354 sq. miles) in the Illawarra Region of New South Wales (NSW), south of Sydney. Sixty vehicles (58 being heavy vehicles), 3 signalised intersections, 1 other roadside location and 2 roadside data collection locations have been equipped with DSRC units. This paper provides an update on CITI, the deployment of stage 1, and initial plans for future work, including further deployment and data analysis.




Tyler, Paul; Wall, John; Vecovski, Vanessa. CITI – An update on Australia’s First Pilot Deployment of CITS.[Conference Material]. 2016-10-10. <a href="" target="_blank"></a>

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