Safety and Capacity Analysis of Automated and Manual Highway Systems
- Author(s): Carbaugh, Jason;
- Godbole, Datta N.;
- Sengupta, Raja
- et al.
This paper compares safety of automated and manual highway systems with respect to result- ing rear-end collision frequency and severity. The results show that automated driving is safer than the most alert manual drivers, at similar speeds and capacities. We also present a detailed safety-capacity tradeo study for four di erent Automated Highway System concepts that di er in their information structure and separation policy.