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|Title:||Effects of ITS implementations - INMS and ATIS - on greenhouse gas and air quality emissions in an urban road corridor, assessed using an instrumented probe vehicle and microsimulation modelling|
|Citation:||World transport research [electronic resource] : selected proceedings of the 9th World Conference on Transport Research, 22-27 July 2001, Seoul, Korea / [edited by Chang-Ho Park ... et al.].|
|Publisher:||CD-ROM Paper 6403|
|Conference Name:||World Conference on Transport Research (9th : 2001 : Seoul, Korea)|
|M.A.P. Taylor, R. Zito and J.E. Woolley|
|Abstract:||This paper reports on the use of a real instrumented probe vehicle and virtual probe vehicles generated using microsimulation in order to study the impacts on emissions of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) systems for incident management (INMS) and real time advanced traveler (driver) information (ATIS) in an urban corridor comprising a freeway and a parallel arterial road.|
|Keywords:||Incident management; Real time information; Public transit; Corridors; Intelligent transportation systems; Microsimulation; Advanced traveler information systems; Probe vehicles; Incident detection|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research conference papers|
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