Mobile Phones as Traffic Probes: Practices, Prospects and Issues

@article{Rose2006MobilePA,
  title={Mobile Phones as Traffic Probes: Practices, Prospects and Issues},
  author={G. Rose},
  journal={Transport Reviews},
  year={2006},
  volume={26},
  pages={275 - 291}
}
  • G. Rose
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • Transport Reviews
  • Abstract The provision of road‐based travel‐time information often relies on speed data collected from inductive loops imbedded in the pavement. While inductive loops are commonly installed on urban freeways, they are neither configured nor ideally located to provide speed data on arterial roads. Dissemination of dynamic, network‐wide travel information to road users is, therefore, likely to require alternative data collection techniques. This review considers the state of practice in relation… CONTINUE READING
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