Traffic management and control face new challenges and possibilities with the penetration of automated and connected vehicles to the market. There is a need to develop methodologies and algorithms for efficient traffic management and control coping with mixed traffic on the one hand, and various Micro-Mobility and other new modes, on the other hand.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES
Traffic flow, safety, effectiveness, mixed traffic in different automation levels
KNOWLEDGE GAP RESEARCH 2020
Traffic Management and Control Committee Knowledge Gap Research Report
Author: Jack Haddad
Between the years 2019-2021, Prof. Jack Haddad from the Technion was the Chair of the Traffic Management and Control Professional Committee. We thank Prof. Haddad for his contribution to the center’s activities!
As of December 2021, Prof. Nathan Gartner from Ariel University is leading the Traffic Management and Control Professional Committee.
Prof. Nathan Gartner, Ariel University
If you would like to join the Traffic Management and Control Professional Committee or if you would like to collaborate with us, you can contact Prof. Nathan Gartner, Committee Chair.