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... 1 Planners and modelers are concerned with long-range forecasting of travel and related consequences in urban regions. Forecasting the impacts of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs)
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... 2 Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles In the past several decades, travel forecasting models have been predicated on the assumption that past trends in travel behavior and choices will continue two or three decades into the future with only minor alterations. This paradigm of transportation modeling has been effective because of relative stability being observed in travel behavior over time.
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... Forecasting Travel Behavior in the Context of Connected and Automated Vehicles 3 vehicle throughput. The overall impact would be to increase capacity, with most estimates arriving at a doubling of existing roadway capacities.
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