Traffic Optimization for Signalized Corridors (TOSCo) Phase 2 – Build and Test

Project Name: Traffic Optimization for Signalized Corridors (TOSCo) Phase 2 – Build and Test
Project Team: Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) Consortium
Timeframe: July 2019 - December 2021
Sponsor(s): FHWA
Synopsis: Traffic Optimization for Signalized Corridors (TOSCo) uses wireless data communications from roadside units (RSUs) to connected vehicles to optimize mobility, fuel economy and emissions while traveling along urban corridors of equipped signalized intersections. The application collects data and messages to determine the vehicle’s optimal speed to pass the next traffic signal on a green light or to decelerate to a stop in an eco-friendly manner. This information is then sent to longitudinal vehicle control capabilities in the host vehicle to support partial automation. Phase 2 of the project will implement, verify the proposed system developed during Phase 1 under controlled conditions then deploy the system on State Highway 105 in Conroe, Texas in order to estimate potential benefits and refine the system design.
Publications: Accessible publications are not available at this time.
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