Date: Spring 2022 Issue No: Vol. 86 No. 1 Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-22-003 View Public Roads as a virtual magazine! View the PDF Version. Articles Departments Cooperative Driving Automation: Reducing Traffic Congestion by Pavle Bujanović and Steven Vu FHWA’s Cooperative Driving Automation Program is leveraging the CARMA℠ Ecosystem to test technologies that promise safer and more efficient travel in the future. Partnering for Resilience: The Southeast Michigan Flooding Risk Tool by Andy Pickard and Rachael Barlock SEMCOG and MDOT partnered to complete a study to assess flooding risk for roads, bridges, culverts, and pump stations in a seven-county region in Southeast Michigan. The Future of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS): Applying Lessons Learned From 30 Years of Innovation by Egan Smith ITS JPO celebrates transforming the way society moves. Doing the Right Thing: Building a Road and Preserving a Community—The Newtown Pike Extension Project by Pam Clay-Young, Juliana McDonald, Shane Tucker, David Whitworth, and Bernadette Dupont Unique community involvement, temporary housing, and a community land trust successfully ensure environmental justice and equity for a roadway construction project in Lexington, KY. Guest Editorial Intentional Actions Can Create Pathways to Equity Transportation leaders can take meaningful action on equity and provide opportunities for all. Hot Topic Equity in Transportation by Derrell E. Turner The U.S. Department of Transportation and State departments of transportation have a great opportunity to address perceived inequities in transportation across the country. Along the Road Along the Road Along the Road is the place to look for information about current and upcoming activities, developments, trends, and items of general interest to the highway community. This information comes from U.… Training Update Training Update by Julie Johnston and Sabrina Sylvester To avoid the pitfalls in utility construction projects, learn the best techniques to coordinate utility activities—virtually—from the comfort of your own home or office.