ACTIVE DSRC APPLICATION FOR ITS AND ECONOMIC VALUATION IN KOREA
operations - traffic, infrastructure - vehicle, planning - signage/information, land use - impacts, ridership - forecasting, ridership - forecasting, organisation - management, technology - intelligent transport systems, mode - bus
South Korea, RTI, Road transport informatics, Real time information, Private sector, Private enterprise, IVHS, ITS (Intelligent transportation systems), Intelligent vehicle highway systems, Intelligent transportation systems, Freeflow tolling, ETTM, Electronic toll collection, Electronic toll and traffic management, Economic impacts, Economic forecasting, Bus transit operations, Automated toll collection, ATT, ATIS, Advanced traveler information systems, Advanced transport telematics
This paper introduces recent technological trends in Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) applications for ITS and an economic evaluation, focusing on the City Bus Information System (CBIS) and Electronic Toll Collection System (ETC) in Korea. From a research perspective, it is necessary for the seamless development and maintenance of technical and competitive edges, and the proper budgetary allocation for research and development. In addition, the progressive participation of private companies having the leading technologies on active DSRC is also required.
KIM, G, Kang, K. (2004). ACTIVE DSRC APPLICATION FOR ITS AND ECONOMIC VALUATION IN KOREA. Research in Transportation Economics, Volume 8, p. 363-378.