Field Experiment of Variable Speed Advisory (VSA) Final Report
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KeywordsEngineering; traffic detection; traffic speed; congestion; freeway traffic management; field operational test; bottleneck; Variable Speed Advisory (VSA); driver compliance; VSA performance analysis; VMT (Vehicle Miles Traveled); VHT (Vehicle Hours Traveled);
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- NEP-TRE-2019-04-29 (Transport Economics)
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