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#1 Fehintola Sanusi FSU

Potential Impacts of Connected Autonomous Vehicles on Mobility and Conflicts

Potential Impacts of Connected Autonomous Vehicles on Mobility and Conflicts Work Zone: A Microsimulation Based Approach.
Fehintola Sanusi1and Graduate Student
John O. Sobanjo Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Tallahassee, Florida

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#2 Saeid Soleimaniamiri USF

Coordinated Merge of Heterogeneous Connected Automated Vehicles

Coordinated Merge of Heterogeneous Connected Automated Vehicles, Traffic management challenges: traffic congestion, safety risks etc.
Saeid Soleimaniamiri Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of South Florida (USF)

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#3 Samaneh Khazraeian FIU

Monte Carlo Simulation-Based Benefit-Cost Analysis

Monte Carlo Simulation-Based Benefit-Cost Analysis to Support ITS Investment with Consideration of Connected Vehicle Technology
Samaneh Khazraeian PhD Fellow
Mohammed Hadi Professor
Florida International university (FIU)

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