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Volume 296, 20192019 7th International Conference on Traffic and Logistic Engineering (ICTLE 2019)
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How Connected Autonomous Vehicles Would Affect Our World? —— A Literature Review on the Impacts of CAV on Road Capacity, Environment and Public Attitude
Department of Civil and Environment Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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With the rapid development of technology, connected autonomous vehicle (CAV) is getting close to the reality. The application of CAV causes changes to road capacity, gas emission, public attitude and other realms. Lots of efforts have been spent in quantifying the potential changes and this paper is an attempt to review the relevant researches. There will be three sections, presenting review of the impacts on road capacity, environment and public attitude respectively. There is a large amount of papers making models to predict future road capacity with various penetration rate of CAV and they obtain quite different interesting results. To predict the future condition more properly, more stochastic models should be proposed. In terms of influence on environment, it may be hard to conclude whether CAV will exacerbate or relieve global warming by looking at current researches. It would be valuable to conduct a quantitative analysis on this issue. For the public attitude, this paper mainly focus on whether people are willing to use CAV and future efforts that may help with the promotion of CAV.
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