Taming Phantom Traffic Jams A National Science Foundation Cyber Physical Systems Project

Vanderbilt, Ford team up to measure impacts of Adaptive Cruise Control on traffic

On June 24-27, Rafi Stern and Dan Work visited the Michigan Proving ground to conduct experiments on adaptive cruise control vehicles and their impacts on traffic flow. See the full story at ABC News.

Tutorial on Phantom Traffic Jams

On June 13, Prof. Work and Prof. Benni Seibold provided a mini-tutorial on the foundations of traffic bottlenecks and phantom traffic jams at the 2018 SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures.


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. CNS-1446715 (Piccoli), CNS-1446690 (Seibold), CNS-1446435 (Lysecky and Sprinkle), and CNS-1446702 (Work) through the project, CPS: Synergy: Collaborative Research: Control of Vehicular Traffic Flow via Low-Density Autonomous Vehicles.