The research project titled “KoMoDnext” led by the City of Düsseldorf and funded by the German Ministry of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure has commenced. The project aims at developing various service layers for automotive OEM in support of highly automated driving using the City of Düsseldorf as its testbed. Specifically, the N-HAV service layer developed as part of the project’s precursor KoMoD will be used to provide information support for in-vehicle Operational Design Domain (ODD) which serve for the localized decision of switching to highly automated driving. This layer therefore represents a plausibility check and filter on the OEM side situated on top of any V2I data. Furthermore, the project’s objectives include the development of feedback from the vehicle to the signal control system allowing for virtual detection and thus a more efficient approach to signalized intersections.