[Several MaaS Alliance members are direct or associated partners in the CARTRE project.]

With the aim to progress on the strategic development of connected automated driving, the CARTRE initiative has opened a series of public consultations on the different CARTRE thematic areas. The results of the consultations will be compiled in the position papers of the thematic areas which will be released during the CAD Symposium in April and will be made available on the Connected Automated Driving website (www.connectedautomateddriving.eu).

Experts, stakeholders and the general public are invited to contribute by selecting the areas of interest and filling the survey available below:

Safety Validation and Roadworthiness testing

Big Data

Digital and Physical Infrastructure

Human Factors

New Shared and Automated Mobility Services

Socio-economic Assessment and Sustainability

In-vehicle Technology Enablers


Policy and Regulation

User and Societal Awareness and Acceptance



CARTRE is a Coordination and Support Action to accelerate development and deployment of automated road transport by increasing market and policy certainties. To achieve this, CARTRE will support the development of clearer and more consistent policies for EU Member States in collaboration with industry players, ensuring that automated road transport systems and services are compatible at EU level and are deployed in a coherent way.

Read more about CARTRE and the public consultation on the Connected and Automated Driving website here.