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Technical Papers
Feb 4, 2020

Dynamic Eco-Driving near Signalized Intersections: Systematic Review and Future Research Directions

Publication: Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems
Volume 146, Issue 4

Abstract

Advancements in the field of telematics have empowered the development of connected vehicle (CV) applications, which optimize the energy and traffic efficiency of vehicular traffic. Over the past decade, various research groups have proposed different methodologies for the implementation of dynamic eco-driving near signalized intersections. This paper reviews the proposed methodologies laying emphasis on the control logic, optimization objectives, assumptions, and constraints of these models. The strengths and limitations of existing dynamic eco-driving models are discussed, and future research directions are proposed in relation to the opportunities emerging in the field of transportation and the technological barriers that may exist. Further, the methodologies implemented for the assessment of the impacts of dynamic eco-driving are critically reviewed.

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Acknowledgments

This work was supported by the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY) under the IKY/SIEMENS Research Projects for Excellence Program within the project Analysis and Upgrade of the Operations of Cooperative Intelligent Transportations Systems in Urban Networks under Grant No. 1516. Moreover, the authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers whose comments substantially improved this paper.

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