UDOT Innovation Award
|Event Date:||November 18, 2016|
Purdue's Lucy Richardson, Chris Day, and Professor Darcy Bullock worked with UDOT colleagues Mark Taylor and Matthew Luker to evaluate this system, which was designed to manage highly variable Moab traffic challenges resulting from a combination of seasonal tourist traffic, heavy truck traffic, and high pedestrian volumes. The results showed the Peer-to-Peer Adaptive Signal Control implementation was a cost-effective solution to handle traffic in this remote area of Utah. The research team will be presenting the results of their evaluation at the annual Transportation Research Board Meeting in Washington, D.C. in January 2017.
Click here for the link to the TRB paper: http://tinyurl.com/TRB-Moab
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