A survey on urban traffic control under mixed traffic environment with connected automated vehicles

Efficient traffic control can alleviate traffic congestion, reduce fuel consumption, and improve traffic safety. With the development of communication and automation technologies, regular vehicles (RVs), connected vehicles (CVs), and connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) will coexist on urban roads in the near future. In this paper, the authors systematically review the studies on urban traffic control under the mixed traffic environment, which utilize CVs and CAVs to improve the performance of urban traffic control. The authors first give a glance at the evolution of urban traffic control with the deployment of CVs and CAVs to identify the important and promising research fields in the mixed traffic control. The authors then review the recent advances in traffic signal timing with CAV/CV trajectory data, CAV trajectory/route planning, and the cooperative control of CAV trajectories and traffic signals from the intersection level to the network level under the mixed traffic environment. Besides, the authors summarize two types of studies on mixed traffic control at intersections with CAV-dedicated facilities: 1) traffic signal timing and vehicle trajectory planning at intersections with CAV-dedicated lanes, and 2) deployment of CAV-dedicated facilities including CAV-dedicated lanes, links, and zones. Finally, the future research directions and challenges are discussed. The authors hope that this review could provide researchers with a helpful roadmap for future research on urban traffic control under the mixed traffic environment.

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  • Accession Number: 01888712
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 25 2023 4:52PM