The 2019 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Research Workshop brought together a group of academics, planning agency members, policy makers, and private sector representatives for a series of discussions, poster sessions, presentations, and keynote talks.
This data supports the project and report, "Exploring the Role of Attitude in the Acceptance of Self-driving Shuttles." The information collected in this study was categorized into two general groups, individual characteristics and attitude.
Researchers propose a hierarchical ramp control system that allows microscopic cooperative maneuvers for connected and automated electric vehicles (CAEVs) on the ramp to merge into mainline traffic flow under certain controlled ramp inflow rate.
Researchers will equip the City of Riverside's Innovation Corridor with roadside communications equipment and advanced traffic signal controllers at several key intersections, to help improve safety, mobility and environmental sustainability.