To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of the Amsterdam Declaration 2016, what international role they intend to take in setting and developing agreed communications standards for connected vehicles; and how they intend to do this once the UK has left the EU.
7 April 2017
The Department for Transport and its partners (Highways England, Kent County Council and TfL) are developing the A2/M2 Connected Vehicle Corridor between London and Dover. This is the national pilot and forms part of a network of European connected vehicle corridors (“Intercor”) to deliver interoperable standards.
The Department will continue to review the development of communication standards for connected vehicles, as they develop over time, to ensure that these standards meet the UK’s best interests and deliver interoperability.