Cost

A connected vehicle pilot project involving over 1,600 vehicles in Tampa's central business district was estimated to cost $17.7 million.

High-level budget projected for the Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment


Tampa; Florida; United States


Summary Information

In September of 2015, USDOT selected New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) as the recipients of a combined $42 million in federal funding to pilot next-generation infrastructure and vehicle technology under the Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program. The sites will conduct the pilots in three phases—Phase 1: Concept Development, Phase 2: Design/Build/Test, and Phase 3: Operations (with the operational period expected to last a minimum of 18 months).

The THEA Connected Vehicle (CV) Pilot will deploy a variety of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) applications to relieve congestion, reduce collisions, and prevent wrong way entry at the Selmon Reversible Express Lanes (REL) exit. THEA also plans to use CV technology to enhance pedestrian safety, speed bus operations and reduce conflicts between street cars, pedestrians and passenger cars at locations with high volumes of mixed traffic.

The THEA Connected Vehicle Pilot will employ Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) to enable transmissions among cars, buses, trolleys, pedestrians with smartphone applications and roadside units along city streets. Estimated device numbers for the deployment are depicted in the table below.

Table 1. Tampa (THEA) Pilot Site Proposed CV Devices
Device
Estimated Number
Roadside Unit (RSU) at Intersection
40
Vehicle Equipped with On-Board Unit (OBU)
1,600
Pedestrian Equipped with App in Smartphone
500
HART Transit Bus Equipped with OBU
10
TECO Line Street Car Equipped with OBU
10
Total Equipped Vehicles
1,620

Table 2: Federal and Matched Costs by Project Phase.
Phase 2 Federal 82% $11,402,549
Phase 2 Match 18% $2,502,999
Phase 2 Total 100%$13,905,548
Phase 3 Federal 73% $3,776,213
Phase 3 Match 27% $1,395,000
Phase 3 Total100%$5,171,213
Federal 80% $15,178,762
Local Match 20%$3,897,999
Project Total 100%$19,076,761


Table 3: Total Budget by Project Phase, Task and Services-Materials Split
Phase/TaskDescriptionTotal Task BudgetProfessional ServicesProfessional Services %MaterialsMaterials %
2-A Program Management
1,240,000
1,240,000
100%
0
0%
2-B System Architecture and Design
2,950,000
2,950,000
100%
0
0%
2-C Data Management Planning
1,000,000
1,000,000
100%
3,072,444
73%
2-D Acquisition and Installation Planning
4,265,000
1,192,556
27%
0
0%
2-E Application Development
1,400,000
1,400,000
100%
0
0%
2-F Participant and Staff Training
250,000
250,000
100%
0
0%
2-G Operational Readiness Test and Demonstration Planning
150,548
150,548
100%
0
0%
2-H Installation and Operational Readiness Testing
500,000
500,000
100%
0
0%
2-I Maintenance and Operations Planning
1,000,000
1,000,000
100%
0
0%
2-J Stakeholder Outreach
400,000
400,000
100%
0
0%
2-K Performance Measurement and Independent Evaluation Support
300,000
300,000
100%
0
0%
2-L Participation in Standards Development
450,000
450,000
100%
0
0%
Phase 2 Total
13,905,548
10,833,104
92%
3,072,444
8%
3-A Program Management
350,000
350,000
100%
0
0%
3-A(1) Toll Incentive Plan
1,395,000
1,395,000
100%
0
0%
3-B System Operations and Maintenance
1,528,990
1,528,990
100%
0
0%
3-C Stakeholder Outreach
347,000
347,000
100%
0
0%
3-D Performance Measurement and Independent Evaluation Support
1,400,223
1,400,223
100%
0
0%
3-E Post-Pilot Deployment Transition Planning
50,000
50,000
100%
0
0%
3-F Participation in Standards Development
100,000
100,000
100%
0
0%
Phase 3 Total
5,171,213
5,171,213
100%
0
0%



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Source

Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program Phase I Comprehensive Pilot Deployment Plan - Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA)

Author: Steven Johnson, Victor Blue, Steven Novosad, Jason JonMichael (HNTB), Dave Miller (Siemens), Michael Wacht, Jeff Brown (Global 5), Steven Reich (CUTR), Gianluca Allegretto (Brandmotion)

Published By: U.S. Department of Transportation

URL: https://ntl.bts.gov/lib/60000/60600/60698/FHWA-JPO-16-321.pdf

System Cost

Total System Cost from Concept Development to Operation: $17,704,487

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Cost ID: 2017-00379