Integrating an advanced traffic management system and an advanced traveler information system in Oakland County, Michigan increased average speed and reduced the number of stops by 33 percent.
Preliminary floating car studies showed a decrease of 33 percent in the number of stops in system corridors, as well as increased average speeds, particularly during off-peak periods.
Preliminary Findings and Lessons Learned From The Fast-Trac IVHS Program
Author: Barbaresso, James C.
Published By: Road Commission for Oakland County
Source Date: 1994
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traffic signals, adaptive signals