Purdue-INDOT collaboration receives TRB Exceptional Paper Award
(From left) Richard Denney (FHWA) presenting co-authors Howell Li, Jijo Mathew and Daniel Saldivar-Carranza with the Exceptional Paper award
A team of Purdue and INDOT colleagues was recognized with an exceptional paper award by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) committee on Traffic Signal Systems.
The paper, entitled "Using Connected Vehicle Data to Reassess Dilemma Zone Performance of Heavy Vehicles," reported a new algorithm and field test results obtained during testing on the US 231 Connected Corridor.
The Purdue co-authors were Howell Li, Jijo Mathew, Enrique (Daniel) Saldivar-Carranza, and Darcy Bullock, Lyles Family Professor of Civil Engineering and Director of the Joint Transportation Research Program. Tom Platte and Ben Smith with the Indiana Department of Transportation were part of the research team and co-authors on the paper.