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2020 European Control Conference (ECC)
The growing level of freeway traffic congestion comprises an everyday life issue with social, economic, and environmental implications for modern metropolitan areas. There is evidence that Variable Speed Limits (VSL) and Ramp Metering (RM) are two effective practical approaches to ameliorate traffic congestion. In this work we use the augmented METANET model, which is one of the most widely used macroscopic models for freeway traffic, to demonstrate the positive effects that these approachesdoi:10.23919/ecc51009.2020.9143962 fatcat:ompqq2jctfayzc23jwmccv5leq