Miller,Kathryn; Lynette Goodwin Drumwright; Alina Kostreba; Andrew Lam;Michael Mercer; Tammy Ryan; J.D. Schneeberger; and Danielle Wesolek
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This research sponsored by the U.S. DOT Applications for the Environment Real-Time Information Synthesis (AERIS) program examined how ITS applications and connected vehicle data can be used to support "green" transportation choices by transportation system developers, users, and operators. Although limited field testing has been done to date to examine the propensity of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure applications to mitigate the negative impacts of transportation systems on the environment, the body of knowledge in this area is growing. The following benefits and synthesis data were reported, some of which are well known to the ITS community.
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Applications for the Environment: Real-Time Information Synthesis (AERIS) Applications State of the Practice Assessment Report
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