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chanj0
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Traffic Optimization
chanj0   9/15/2014 11:59:15 AM
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A constant speed driving can better save energy is known. I wonder whether there is similar study in the gasoline car. Phased traffic lights will ideally help. In addition, keeping the traffic flow smooth. The challenge is how the flow can be optimzation with so many variables. In a city environment, with pedestrians crossing the road, the challenge will even be higher.

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avoiding traffic
daleste   9/13/2014 9:04:19 PM
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I think it is great if I have a device that will allow me to avoid traffic congestion.  I just wonder if I would be able to avoid the congestion if everyone had the device.  It seems that the detour would then become another congested area assuming most vehicles are traveling in the same direction.

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