The National CAV&C-ITS
(Beijing&Hebei) Pilot zone Demonstration Zone Haidian Base is the first autonomous driving closed test site in Beijing, covering an area of nearly 200 acres and a road mileage of 4.8 kilometers.
The base has typical Beijing-Chongqing traffic characteristics and typical climate characteristics in North China and has the test conditions for building a complete scene of urban and rural areas. The types of roads include urban trunk roads, urban secondary trunk roads, urban branch roads, highways, etc.; road forms include steep slope roads, arch bridge roads, sharp turns, continuous bends, tree-lined roads, undulating roads, height-limiting roads, cement roads, and sands. Stone roads, etc.; intersections include traffic lights intersections, XY shaped intersections, multi-branch roundabouts, and multiple entrances and exit main roads. The types of roads in the site are rich in form and typical of traffic scenes, which is of great value to the test training of autonomous vehicles.