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... 3- V2I safety applications (e.g., red-light violation warnings, curve speed warnings, and work zone warnings)
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... 4TRAFFIC CRASHES When individuals drive a vehicle, they not only increase their own risk of a crash and its associated costs, they also increase crash risks and costs for other motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and society in general. V2V safety applications could mitigate these risks by addressing most vehicle crash types if the V2V applications are demonstrably effective and widely used, the driver-vehicle interface performs well, and there is sufficient market penetration.
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... 5vehicles on the road and increase congestion. Alternatively, multi-occupancy SAVs could reduce the number of vehicles on the road.
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