Using video surveillance of locations in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., this study compares pedestrian-related travel behavior in the two neighboring cities, information that is needed to reduce pedestrian deaths.
This research aims to estimate the total number of vehicles on signalized approaches using only connected vehicle (CV) data. The estimate outcomes can be provided to traffic signal controllers to optimally determine the allocation of green time.
The proposed approach entails designing two integrated control systems for connected automated vehicles (CAVs) and connected vehicles (CVs), which will be tested in a microscopic traffic simulation software and a driving simulator, respectively.
This research studies the multi-depot and multi-school bus scheduling problem with school bell time optimization (MDBSPBO) with the goal of minimizing the total number of buses and the total deadhead duration.