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Inter-technology Effects in Intelligent Transportation Systems

  • Author(s): Levinson, David M.
  • Kanchi, Seshasai
  • Gillen, David
  • et al.
Abstract

This project examines the expected benefits of varying combinations of ITS applications: Freeway Service Patrol, Changeable Message Signs, and Ramp Metering. The research analyzes the simulated results of a stylized network in a microscopic traffic simulator. The traffic network includes parallel roadways, ramp meters and changeable message signs.We have tested these technologies in various combinations. We measure effectiveness and define a measure of inter-technology economies.In brief, it is found that additional technologies are sub-additive, and more benefits come from each technology in isolation than when it is bundled with other technologies.

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