Fuel consumption fell by 5.7 percent, hydrocarbons declined by 3.7 percent, and carbon monoxide emissions were reduced by 5.0 percent when an adaptive signal control system was implemented in Toronto, Canada.
An on-street evaluation conducted from May-June 1993 found a 5.7 percent average decrease in fuel consumption, a 3.7 percent average decrease in hydrocarbons, and a 5.0 percent average decrease in carbon monoxide emissions.
ITS Technology Meeting Municipal Needs - The Toronto Experience, November 1999.
Transit Signal Priority: A Comparison of Recent and Future Implementations, August 2000.
SCOOT in Toronto
Published By: Traffic Technology
Source Date: Spring 1995
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traffic signals, adaptive signals