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Suggested Citation:"Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25366.
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138 Abbreviations Abbreviation Description AADT Annual Average Daily Traffic ACC Adaptive Cruise Control ADS Automated Driving System AFV Alternative Fuel Vehicle AMS Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation API Application Programming Interface ATDM Active Transportation and Demand Management AV Automated Vehicle BOS Bus on Shoulder BSM Basic Safety Message CACC Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control CalSTA California State Transportation Agency CAMP Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership CAV Connected and Automated Vehicle COM Component Object Model CV Connected Vehicle DDT Dynamic Driving Task DL Dedicated Lane DLL Dynamic Linked Libraries DLV Dedicated Lane Vehicle DMA Dynamic Mobility Application DSH Dynamic Speed Harmonization DSRC Dedicated Short-Range Communication EDM External Driver Model E-IDM Enhanced Intelligent Driver Model ESH Eco-Speed Harmonization ETL Express Toll Lane

Abbreviations 139 Abbreviation Description FAST Flexible Agent-Based Simulator of Traffic FMVSS Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards GEH Geoffrey E. Havers Statistic GKT Gas-Kinetic Traffic GPL General Purpose Lane GPV General Purpose Lane Vehicle HIA Here-I-Am HOT High Occupancy Toll HOV High Occupancy Vehicle I2V Infrastructure-to-Vehicle IDM Intelligent Driver Model MIXIC MICroscopic Model for Simulation of Intelligent Cruise Control MOVES Motor Vehicle Emission Simulator MP Market Penetration MPR Market Penetration Rate ODD Operational Design Domain PeMS Performance Measurement System (Caltrans) PEV Plug-in Electric Vehicle RITIS Regional Integrated Transportation Information System SIM Safety Impact Methodology SOV Single Occupancy Vehicle SPaT Signal Phase and Timing TMC Traffic Management Center V2I Vehicle-to-Infrastructure V2V Vehicle-to-Vehicle VHT Vehicle-Hours Traveled VMS Variable Message Sign VMT Vehicle-Miles Traveled VTTS Value of Travel Time Savings XBL Exclusive Bus Lane VAD Vehicle Awareness Device

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 891: Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles identifies and evaluates opportunities, constraints, and guiding principles for implementing dedicated lanes for connected and automated vehicles. This report describes conditions amenable to dedicating lanes for users of these vehicles and develops the necessary guidance to deploy them in a safe and efficient manner. This analysis helps identify potential impacts associated with various conditions affecting lane dedication, market penetration, evolving technology, and changing demand.

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