Intelligent Transportation Systems and Vehicle-Highway Automation 2011
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2243 consists of 18 papers that explore reidentification of trucks over long distances, lane-level travel times, private-sector probe-based speed data in the planning processes, travel time estimation enhancement, sustainable urban transport, university students’ acquisition and use of travel information, integration of variable speed limit control and travel time estimation, vehicle-to-infrastructure traffic information system for the work zone, and preceding vehicle type classification.
This issue of the TRR also evaluates an approach to assess large-scale improvements in intelligent transportation system infrastructure; information impacts on route choice and learning behavior; analysis and modeling of drivers’ response to variable message signs; models to locate sensors to estimate traffic flows; integrated traffic–communication simulation evaluation environment for intellidrive applications; real-time freeway-experienced travel time prediction; interaction of human, machine, and environment in automated driving systems; enhanced intellidrive-enabled lane changing advisory algorithm; and cooperative vehicle and infrastructure system.
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