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Augmenting and Evaluating the Physical and Digital

Infrastructure for CCAM deployment

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Test Sites

The Physical and Digital Infrastructure (PDI) based solutions will be validated in 7 physical test sites across 3 European countries (France, Latvia, Spain).



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The French test site consists of three test sites:

  • Test site 1 – Transpolis (Living Lab): TRANSPOLIS is a unique smart city lab in Europe dedicated to innovative transportation systems and road equipment, located in Saint-Maurice-de-Rémens near Lyon, France. The TRANSPOLIS test site is split into 3 different parts: Urban, Rural and Highway Road. The highway part that will be involved in the project is 1km, consisting of 5 lanes (that can be widened to 9 lanes). It is a unique place in Europe to experiment and simulate 1:1 scale: urban mobility demonstrators, energy, networks and telecoms, road and urban infrastructures, autonomous and connected vehicles, etc. It allows adopting a systems approach to the topics to be addressed, with the possibility for research or industrial development teams to have all the facilities and resources that are usually distributed between several sites at the same location for different purposes (e.g. a crucible for innovation, a research space for urban transport, a site for full-scale tests or a certification facility for road safety barriers).
  • Test site 2 - Zehns A63 – open traffic highway (A63): The section is a real traffic highway of 2x25 kms and 2x3 lanes, from entry 18 to entry 16 (3 entries/exits included) including a toll gate on the main section.
  • Test site 3 - COFIROUTE – open traffic highway (A10-A11): The section is a 32 km long dual carriageway highway in the COFIROUTE highway network, from PR 0 at “Les Ulis” city to PR 32 at “Ablis” city. Multiple speed limits through the section (90, 110 and 130 km/h) and multiple lane configurations (2x2, 2x3, 2x4 lanes) exist. Some main physical infrastructure elements are PR 8 – Briis-sous-Forges: Special Access Bus Lane with pick-up/drop-off station on highway, PR 20 – Dourdan: Toll zones (entry and exit), PR 25 – Saint-Arnoult: Toll Barrier, PR 32 – Ablis: Toll zones (entry and exit) and multiple safe stop areas throughout the section


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The Latvian test site consists of two test sites:

  • Test site 1 – Open traffic rural/sub-urban site, near Ādaži city (state main road A1, Local roads V30, V46, V48): A1 (route E67) is part of the TEN-T network but, at the same time, it is a single carriageway road with two lanes and high traffic intensity. Average annual daily traffic on A1 is 27000 vehicles per day. Most of the sections have a speed limit of 70 km/h. V30 is a service road to the A1, runs in parallel and is partly a street of Ādaži, while V46 and V48 are streets of Ādaži but can be classified as rural roads with low traffic intensity. The whole neighbourhood, including all road intersections, is equipped with 5G BS’s serviced by LMT.
  • Test site 2 - Closed racing track Biķernieki in Riga city.



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The Spanish test site consists of three test sites:

  • Test site 1 – open traffic urban area: route from «La Nave» to the subway station «Villaverde bajo-cruce», consisting of 800m per journey (1,6 km per line), encompassing routes with complex traffic conditions (crossings, pedestrian crossings, roundabouts, intersections).
  • Test site 2 - autonomous bus docking at depot at Madrid-EMT depot (Carabanchel).

It is a modern depot in a semi-controlled area, with a high traffic density and VRUs, assuming interactions with other non-automated buses and vehicles. Automated docking and parking applications as well as platooning are in focus.

In addition and in collaboration with the above physical test sites, operation and validation in Digital Twins and a series of other virtual platforms (AV simulators, Driving Simulators, Microscopic and Macroscopic Traffic Simulation Models) will be orchestrated.