Both the government and the trucking industry (specifically the owner operators) have an acute need for real time data. The provision or real time date will enhance mobility, facilitate electronic payment, improve transportation asset condition monitoring, reduce resources required for system maintenance and increase the availability of information for performance measurement. The government in its recognition of the value of the trucking industry to the economy has undertaken two broad approaches in its vision of the connected vehicle infrastructure. Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I). For increase mobility some driving factors are: (a) to make more efficient use of capacity (e.g. adaptive flow control), (b) more accurate and timely traveler information (c) reduce impacts of incidents on traffic flow (d) increase reliability of freight movements and transit schedules. Improving the speed and accuracy of electronic payments within the transportation infrastructure will contribute to enhanced mobility and reduction in the cost of operations. To achieve meaningful results, owner operators, the government, suppliers and customers within the transportation sector must have (a) access to publicly gathered or generated data through an effective application to manage paperwork and other administrative costs connected to managing Invoicing, Repairs & Maintenance, IFTA reporting, Payments, Dispatch, Navigation, Routing, Paper logbooks, Drivers, etc. (b) devices to be installed in commercial and publicly maintained vehicle fleets. Connected vehicle system capabilities will provide tremendous opportunities to improve the density, accuracy, completeness and timeliness of data collection for system management applications and drive analysis of performance measures and planning.