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... 1 Critical issues associated with connected vehicles and automated vehicles will be faced by state and local transportation agencies and AASHTO. To identify these issues, conduct research to address them, and conduct related technology transfer and information exchange activities, NCHRP initiated Project 20-102, "Impacts of Connected Vehicles and Automated Vehicles on State and Local Transportation Agencies." NCHRP Research Report 891 presents the specific research and findings of NCHRP 20-102, Task Order 8, "Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by CVs and AVs." The overall objective of this task was to develop guidance on identifying and describing conditions amenable to dedicating lanes for connected and automated vehicle (CAV)
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... 2 Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles • CAV technology, which represents the type of applications allowed on vehicles using these lanes; and • Functional types, which dictate the type of vehicles allowed on the DLs. The literature review also enabled the researchers to document performance measures specific to mobility, energy and environment, safety, and societal benefits that might be achieved by users and non-users of such DLs.
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... Summary 3 Integration of CAV application models involved development of CACC and DSH models to work within Vissim's application programming interface, along with conducting preliminary testing to compare and calibrate the vehicle behavior to field data. Based on the following six research issues, the research team then developed a list of scenarios that provided precedence to develop DL guidance for agencies: 1.
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... 4 Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles 4. For lower market penetration of DSH: a.

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