Publication > Eur scientific and technical research reports > The r-evolution of driving: from Connected Vehicles to Coordinated Automated Road Transport (C-ART): Part I: Framework for a safe & efficient Coordinated Automated Road Transport (C-ART) system
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Connected and automated vehicles could revolutionise road transport. New traffic management approaches may become necessary, especially in light of a potential increase in travel demand. Coordinated Automated Road Transport (C-ART) is presented as a novel approach that stakeholders may consider for an eventual full realisation of a safe and efficient mobility system.