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Research to Practice Transit Symposium, October 12-14, 2021

The Symposium took take place on October 12-14, 2021, as a virtual event. This free, online event brought together transit experts to discuss the latest in public transportation research around the world. The central theme for this year’s symposium was… Read More

NSF-Funded Study Creates Strategy to Improve System Performance of Traffic Apps

This study was recently published in IEEE – Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9312471) Doctoral candidate Stephen Spana and his adviser, Dr. Lili Du of the UF Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering, worked on a National Science Foundation study… Read More

Coordinated CAV Platooning Driving Using Real-Time Learning & Distributed Optimization

Connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technologies present great opportunities for reducing traffic congestion through advanced sensors, communication, and portable computing devices – those which assist with conducting cooperative or coordinated driving. However, much of the CAV-related work focuses on assisting… Read More