Juan Argote

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Vehicle-infrastructure cooperation via the Connected Vehicle initiative is a promising mobile data source for improving real-time traffic management applications such as adaptive signal control. This paper focuses on developing estimation methods with the use of Connected Vehicle data for several measures of effectiveness (e.g., queue length, average speed,(More)
CE-CERT, UC Riverside Andreas Winckler Darren Liccardo BMW Group Technology Office California PATH Research Report UCB-ITS-PRR-2014-04 This work was performed as part of the California PATH program of the University of California, in cooperation with the State of California Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, Department of Transportation, and the(More)
Bus systems are naturally unstable. Without control, the slightest disturbance to bus motion can cause buses to bunch, reducing schedule reliability. Holding strategies can eliminate this instability. However, the conventional schedule-based holding method requires too much slack time, which slows buses. This delays on-board passengers and increases(More)
Bus systems are known to be unstable. Earlier buses need to pick up fewer passengers and tend to be earlier, and vice versa. This vicious circle can be broken with interventions, either in the form of stop skipping, boarding limit, or holding strategies. Various studies have been carried out to study these strategies, but many of them have not been(More)
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