• TRB 100th Annual Meeting

      January 24–28, 2021

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Annual Meeting Event Detail

Poster Session 1135

1135 - Intelligent Transportations Systems 2021, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 1110)

Monday, January 25 4:00 PM- 5:30 PM ET
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ACP15)


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Title Presentation Number
Leveraging the Capabilities of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning to Mitigate Highway Bottleneck Congestion
Paul (Young Joun) Ha, Purdue University
Sikai Chen (chen1670@purdue.edu), Purdue University
Jiqian Dong, Purdue University
Runjia Du, Purdue University
Yujie Li, Purdue University
Samuel Labi, Purdue University
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Impact of Communications Delay on Stability of Connected and Automated Vehicle Platoons: Empirical Evidence from Real-World Experimental Data
Zulqarnain Khattak (khattakzh@ornl.gov), Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jackeline Rios-Torres, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Michael Fontaine, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
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Platoon-Size Determination Strategy for Fully Connected Automated Vehicles at Coordinated Intersections
Seunghan Ryu (sh.f.ryu@gmail.com), Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation
B. Brian Park, University of Virginia
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Assessing Benefits of Quasi-CACC Applications under Partially Connected Vehicle Environment and Heterogenous Vehicle Dynamics
Zheng Chen (zc4ac@virginia.edu), University of Virginia
Longqian Qi, Tongji University
Jintao Lai, Tongji University
B. Brian Park, University of Virginia
Jia Hu, Tongji University
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Combined Flexible Lane Assignment and Reservation-based Intersection Control Investigated for a Range of Field-like Traffic Conditions
Farzaneh Azadi (faa85@pitt.edu), University of Pittsburgh
Nassim Motamedidehkordi, Parsons
Nikola Mitrovic, Siemens Mobility
Aleksandar Stevanovic, University of Pittsburgh
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A Red-Light Violation Warning System in a Connected Vehicle Simulation Environment
Mohammed Hadi, Florida International University
Kamar Amine, Florida International University
Thodsapon Hunsanon, Florida International University
Mahmoud Arafat, Florida International University
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Strategic deployment of autonomous vehicle /credit charging links on transportation networks under tradable credit scheme
Fang Zhang, Southeast University
Jian Lu, Southeast University
Xiaojian Hu, Southeast University
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Integrated Optimization of Traffic Signal Plans and Cooperative Vehicle Trajectories at Urban Isolated Intersections
Meiqi Liu, Technische Universiteit Delft
Meng Wang, Technische Universiteit Delft
Serge Hoogendoorn, Technische Universiteit Delft
Jing Zhao, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
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A Game Theory Based Ramp Merging Strategy for Connected and Automated Vehicles in the Mixed Traffic: A Unity-SUMO Integrated Platform
Xishun Liao (xliao016@ucr.edu), University of California, Riverside
Xuanpeng Zhao, University of California, Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Matthew Barth, University of California, Riverside
Ziran Wang, Toyota Motor Corporation
Kyungtae Han, Toyota Motor Corporation
Sergei Avedisov, Toyota Motor Corporation
Prashant Tiwari, Toyota Motor Corporation
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Deploying Connected Vehicles (CVs) to Mitigate Secondary Crashes on Freeways: A Microscopic Simulation Analysis
Denis Monyo, University of North Florida
Thobias Sando, University of North Florida
Mike Soloka, University of North Florida
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Evaluating the Safety Impact of Regional Communication Failures on Connected and Automated Vehicles
Weijie Yu, Southeast University
Xuedong Hua, Southeast University
Wei Wang, Southeast University
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Connected Vehicle Technology Versus Conventional Traffic Congestion Mitigation Measures: An Operational Economic Analysis
Mutasem Alzoubaidi (malzouba@uwyo.edu), University of Wyoming
Adli Al Balbissi, University of Jordan
Ahmed Farid, University of Wyoming
Ahmed Al-Mansour, University of Jordan
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Simulation Evaluation of Connected Vehicle (CV)-based Weather Responsive Management Strategies (WRMS): A Case Study for the Wyoming Interstate 80 CV Testbed
Dong Nian, University of Cincinnati
Qinhua Jiang, University of California, Los Angeles
Yi Guo, University of Cincinnati
Jiaqi Ma (majiaqimark@gmail.com), University of California, Los Angeles
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Ahmed Abdo, University of California, Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Nael Abu-Ghazaleh, University of California, Riverside
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Intelligent Transportation Systems in a Qatar: Benefits and Challenges of Implementation
Khaled Shaaban (kshaaban@uvu.edu), Utah Valley University
Mazen Amin, Qatar University
Mohammed Alsoub, Qatar University
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Automatic Detection of Obstacles on Lidar Glass Houses and Notice for Cleaning
Shradha Toshniwal (ar.shradhat@nevada.unr.edu), University of Nevada, Reno
Hao Xu, University of Nevada, Reno
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Physics Informed Deep Learning: Applications to Traffic State Estimation in Connected Vehicle Environment
Jiheng Huang, University of Central Florida
Shaurya Agarwal (shaurya.agarwal@ucf.edu), University of Central Florida
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A Dynamic Real-Time Trajectory Smoothing Algorithm for the Vehicles Behind a Moving Bottleneck in Mixed Traffic
Pengyuan Sun (pengyuas@uci.edu), University of California, Irvine
Dingtong Yang, University of California, Irvine
R. Jayakrishnan, University of California, Irvine
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