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Simulation shows an optimized CAV control framework can increase the effective capacity of high-volume corridors.(3/18/19)

Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) and Dynamic Speed Harmonization (DSH) applications that share dedicated lanes with HOVs can improve throughput by 21 percent with 10 percent market penetration.(June 4-7, 2018)

Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) and Dynamic Speed Harmonization (DSH) applications that share dedicated lanes with HOVs can reduce fuel consumption by more than 16 percent.(June 4-7, 2018)

Track testing suggests stop-and-go freeway traffic flow can be controlled to increase throughput by 15 percent with as few as 5 percent autonomous vehicles in the traffic stream.(05/04/2017)

Track testing suggests stop-and-go freeway traffic can be controlled to reduce fuel consumption by 40 percent with as few as 5 percent autonomous vehicles in the traffic stream.(05/04/2017)

Simulation models show that an optimal control speed harmonization strategy can reduce per-vehicle travel time by 28 to 32 percent.(January 8, 2017)

Simulation models show that an optimal control speed harmonization strategy can reduce per-vehicle fuel consumption by 12 to 17 percent.(January 8, 2017)

Volunteer drivers equipped with CV technologies saw immediate value in queue warning applications.(06/19/2015)

Speed Harmonization and Queue Warning may reduce extreme, unsafe speed drops with average speeds reduced by up to 20 percent.(June 1, 2015)

Eco-Speed Harmonization and Eco-Connected Adaptive Cruise Control applications show results of up to a 22 percent reduction in energy and a 33 percent reduction in travel time.

Tractor-trailer platooning enabled by V2V communications demonstrates fuel savings up to 9.7 percent.(September 2014)

Eco-Lane and Speed Harmonization simulation results in up to 6.3 percent reduction in fuel consumption and 4.6 percent reduction in CO2 emissions.(August 1, 2013)

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