‘UK project to trial real-time traffic simulation to improve air quality’

Traffic Technology Today

18 May 2015

The uTRAQ project in the east Midlands is seeking to advance real-time traffic management with the specific goal of reducing air pollution. With air quality and traffic management considered high priority policy issues for both central government and local authorities, a key strength of the system is its modular nature and ability to interface with existing and future advanced traffic management systems.

Authors: Christopher Kettell, TRL; Mark Brackstone, Jordi Casas and Josep Maria Aymami, TSS-Transport Simulation Systems; Roland Leigh and Ed Lamb, University of Leicester

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The Urban Traffic Management and Air Quality project: real-time simulation  for pollution reduction
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