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Signal Control Priority and Alternative Intersections in Connected Vehicle Environments
(April 22, 2021)

Presenter: Milan Zlatkovic
Presenter’s Org: Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Wyoming

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[The slides in this presentation contain the logo for the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.]

Slide 1: Signal Control Priority and Alternative Intersections in Connected Vehicle Environments

Zorica Cvijovic, M.S.

Mutasem Alzoubaidi, M.S.

Milan Zlatkovic, PhD, PE, PTOE

[This slide contains five images: (1) an photograph of Zorica Cvijovic, (2) a photograph pf Mutasem Alzoubaidi, (3) a photograph of Milan Zlatkovic, (4) logo of the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, and (5) the USDOT triskelion.]

Slide 2: Our Institution

  • UW only research university in WY
  • Strong engineering
  • Expanding transportation engineering program
  • Research in all impactful areas (safety, operations, pavements)
  • 3 faculty members, 14 transportation courses
  • Collaborations on state & national levels

[This slide contains an image of the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science building.]

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