Automated Highway System Deployment
Automated Highway Systems (AHS) have the potential for a large highway capacity gain without requiring significant right-of-way acquisition. However, it is the most technology-intensive component of ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems), and its deployment could be costly. In this high-yield but high-risk environment, it is particularly important to identify the critical issues, technical or not, that need to be resolved to ensure timely and efficient deployment of AHS.
KeywordsIntelligent Transportation System Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Federal Highway Influence Diagram Capacity Gain
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