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We’ve all experienced “phantom traffic jams” that arise without any apparent cause. Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) recently showed that we’d have fewer if we made one small change to how we drive: no more tailgating.
The team’s new journal article argues that maintaining an equal distance between cars on either side of you - an approach MIT professor Berthold Horn describes as “bilateral control” - could allow drivers to get where they’re going twice as quickly (compared to the traditional model of just following the cars in front of us). “We humans tend to view the world in terms of what’s ahead of us, both literally and conceptually, so it might seem counterintuitive to look backwards,” says Horn, who co-authored the article with postdoctoral associate Liang Wang. “But driving like this could have a dramatic effect in reducing travel time and fuel consumption without having to build more roads or make other changes to infrastructure.” Horn concedes that drivers themselves are unlikely to change their forward-looking ways anytime soon, so he suggests that car companies update their adaptive cruise-control systems and add sensors to both their front and rear bumpers. (Most of today’s systems only have front sensors.) According to Horn, traffic would get noticeably better even if just a small percentage of all cars were outfitted with such systems. In future work funded in part by Toyota, he plans to do simulations to test whether this method is not just faster for drivers, but also safer.
The Kantelsluis, an invention of Royal HaskoningDHV, is a floating tube with 2 channels that offers space for five yachts per sailing direction. This means that the bridge does not have to go up but the ship goes down. This invention puts an end to traffic jams due to open bridges.