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Real-Time Highway Traffic Condition Assessment Framework Using Vehicle–Infrastructure Integration (VII) With Artificial Intelligence (AI)
TLDR
The proposed VII-AI framework provides a reliable alternative to traditional traffic sensors in assessing traffic conditions and provides additional information, including an estimate of the incident location and the likely number of lanes blocked, which will be helpful for implementing an appropriate response strategy.
Integrated Traffic and Communication Performance Evaluation of an Intelligent Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) System for Online Travel-Time Prediction
TLDR
A framework for online highway travel-time prediction using traffic measurements that are likely to be available from vehicle infrastructure integration (VII) systems, in which vehicle and infrastructure devices communicate to improve mobility and safety, reveals that the designed communications system can support the travel- time prediction functionality.
PUBLIC TRANSIT RIDERSHIP ANALYSIS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
TLDR
The ridership decreases from March, the start of the pandemic, while all ten cities experienced the most decrease in ridership in April, and a compliance analysis was done between 2020 and 2019, as well as a monthly analysis of 2020.
Quantifying the Effect of On-Street Parking Information on Congestion Mitigation using a Driving Simulator
TLDR
It is concluded that types of information and age are important determinants of drivers’ parking choice and compliance behaviors and that the existence of information decreases the circulation time.
Drivers’ Willingness to Pay Progressive Rate for Street Parking
This study finds willingness to pay and price elasticity for on-street parking demand using stated preference data obtained from 238 respondents. Descriptive, statistical and economic analyses
Computing dynamic user equilibria for large-scale transportation networks
TLDR
An approach for determining dynamic user equilibria for disaggregated microscopic and mesoscopic simulation-based models and exhibits that an improved distribution of travelers is obtained while consuming less than 17–33% of the effort required by the current version of TRANSIMS.
Development of a Framework for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
In this project, the research team performs a comprehensive analysis of transit-oriented developments (TODs) in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore metro areas to investigate if TODs actually can
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