Rausch, Robert and Mohamad Talas
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New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) has adopted the deployment of Connected Vehicle (CV) technology as another enabler for safer roadways as a new tool to help NYC reach its Vision Zero goals to eliminate traffic related deaths and reduce crash-related injuries as well as damage to both the vehicles and the infrastructure. The NYC deployment is primarily focused on safety applications, which rely on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and pedestrian-to-vehicle (P2V) communications. These applications provide drivers with alerts so that the driver can take action to avoid a crash or reduce the severity of injuries and damage to vehicles and infrastructure.
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Shaping Our Future Travel: The New York City Connected Vehicle Pilot for Safer Transportation
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