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Highway Electrification And Automation Technologies - Regional Impacts Analysis Project: Phase II: Scenario For Advanced Highway Technologies

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This report completes the second phase of the Highway Electrification and Automation Technologies Regional Impacts Analysis Project, a three-year investigation of the potential regional mobility and air quality benefits that could result from implementation of advanced highway technologies in the greater Los Angeles area. This Phase II report focuses on development of a modelling framework for evaluation of the impacts of the alternative advanced technologies applied to selected freeway lanes. The advanced technology system scenarios were chosen from several alternatives based on sensitivity analyses that allowed for variability in electrified and automated network location, total network miles, and market penetration of vehicles equipped with a specific advanced technology.

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