This ENTERPRISE Pooled Fund Study project will capture insights from agencies that have conducted automated vehicle (AV) shuttle demonstrations and identify likely impacts of AVs on infrastructure operations. Specifically, this effort focuses on low-speed AV shuttles with the intent to understand whether infrastructure changes and the roles of agency and private-sector stakeholders are representative of needs and roles in future, long-term AV deployments. Information will be collected through a literature review and interviews with 12 deploying agencies in the United States and Canada. Identified impacts to agency infrastructure and staff vary greatly depending on the use case and AV shuttle provider. The types of infrastructure changes for AV shuttle deployments include pavement markings, signage, roadside units, traffic signal timing adjustments, charging stations, secured parking areas, and vegetation management, as well as modifications to construction schedules. The nature of these impacts will be considered, as well as the reasons these impacts may be greater for some agencies than others.