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Socially-Aware Evaluation Framework for Transportation

  title={Socially-Aware Evaluation Framework for Transportation},
  author={Anu Kuncheria and Joan L. Walker and Jane MacFarlane},
Technological advancements are rapidly changing traffic management in cities. Massive adoption of mobile devices and cloud-based applications have created new mechanisms for urban traffic control and management. Specifically, navigation applications have impacted cities in multiple ways by rerouting traffic on their streets. As different routing strategies distribute traffic differently across the city network, understanding these differences across multiple dimensions is highly relevant for… 



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