Guidelines for connected and automated vehicles: Digital infrastructure
This is the first edition of CSA EXP 150.1, Guidelines for Connected and Automated Vehicles: Digital Infrastructure. This Express Document is not a consensus product; that is, it is not a Standard and it has not been formally reviewed or approved by a CSA Technical Committee.
This Express Document was prepared by the Working Group on EXP 150.1 and reviewed by external subject matter experts as part of the public review process.
This Document includes infrastructure guidance for CAVs operating or intended to operate on municipal roads, provincial open access highways, closed-access provincial highways, and express toll routes. Examples of CAV road users include commercial vehicles, transit vehicles, private passenger vehicles (including, but not limited to, personal, car-pooling, ride-share, or car-share/rental vehicles), and VRUs (including, but not limited to, pedestrians with/without accessibility equipment, appliances, and/or smart mobility, cyclists, and micro-mobility vehicles).
This Document is intended to primarily address issues related to public safety, security, and privacy in conjunction with detailed knowledge of the legal, regulatory, and technological landscape, and ensuring compliance with all relevant and applicable law.
This Document does not provide specific guidance around issues concerning accessibility (addressed in CSA’s Accessibility standardization roadmap for connected and automated vehicles), affordability and business models, complete streets, and data governance.
This Document contains no requirements. In this Document, should is used to express a recommendation or that which is advised but not required, and may is used to express an option or that which is permissible within the limits of the Document.
1.4 Units of measure
The values given in SI units are the units of record for the purposes of this Document. The values given in parentheses are for information and comparison only.