Skip Navigation Links  The Library of Congress >> Researchers
ScienceReference Services (Science, Technology, and Business Division)
  Home >> Tracer Bullets
Science Tracer Bullets Online

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Tracer Bullet 95-1


SCOPE

Intelligent transportation systems, also known as intelligent vehicle highway systems, utilize advanced and emerging technology in such fields as computer technology, information technology, electronic communication and control, artificial intelligence, and electronics. Innovations in traveler information, traffic management, and vehicle control can make possible changes in the way that highway systems and vehicles interact.

Not intended as a comprehensive bibliography, this guide, based on holdings of the Library of Congress, is designed--as the name of the series implies-- to put the reader "on target."

TOP OF PAGE

INTRODUCTIONS TO THE TOPIC

Ben-Akiva, Moshe, and others. The case for smart highways. Technology review, v. 95, July 1992: 38-47.
   T171.M47 and Pamphlet box <SciRR>

Collier, W. Clay, and Richard J. Weiland. Smart cars, smart highways. IEEE spectrum, v. 31, Apr. 1994: 27-33.
   TK1.I15 and Pamphlet box <SciRR>

National ITS program plan: intelligent transportation systems. Edited by Gary W. Euler and H. Douglas Robertson. Washington, ITS America, 1995. 4 v.
   Pamphlet box <SciRR>

TOP OF PAGE

SUBJECT HEADINGS

Subject headings used by the Library of Congress, under which books on intelligent transportation systems can be located in most card, book, and online catalogs, include the following:

Highly Relevant

INTELLIGENT VEHICLE HIGHWAY SYSTEMS

Related

AUTOMOBILE DRIVING--AUTOMATION
AUTOMOBILES--AUTOMATIC CONTROL
ELECTRONIC TRAFFIC CONTROLS
ELECTRONICS IN NAVIGATION
ELECTRONICS IN TRANSPORTATION
MOTOR VEHICLES--AUTOMATIC CONTROL

More General

HIGHWAY COMMUNICATIONS
MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

TOP OF PAGE

BASIC TEXTS

Advanced technology for road transport: IVHS and ATT. Ian Catling, editor. Boston, Artech House, c1994. 376 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.A38 1994 <SciRR>

Driving future vehicles. Edited by Andrew M. Parkes and Stig Franzen. London, Washington, Taylor & Francis, c1993. 458 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.D75 1993 <SciRR>
   Research generated by the EC-funded Dedicated Road Infra-structure for Vehicle Safety in Europe (DRIVE) collaborative research program.

Information technology on the move: technical and behavioural evaluations of mobile telecommunications. Geoffrey Underwood and others. Chichester, Eng., New York, John Wiley, c1994. 245 p.
   Bibliography: p. 233-237.
   TE228.3.I54 1994 <SciRR>

Whelan, Richard. Smart highways, smart cars. Boston, Artech House, c1995. 231 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.W47 1995 <SciRR>

TOP OF PAGE

ADDITIONAL TITLES

Intelligent vehicle highway systems: review of field trials; report prepared by an OECD scientific expert group. Paris, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; Washington, OECD Publications and Information Centre, distributor, c1992. 102 p.
   TE228.3.I58 1992

International IVHS index. New York, Waters Information Services, c1994- 1 v.
   HD9710.3.N7I94

IVHS advancements. Warrendale, Pa., Society of Automotive Engineers, c1994. 37 p. (SAE/SP-94/1037)
   TE228.3.I93 1994
   Includes bibliographical references.
   Papers presented at the International Congress and Exposition held in Detroit, Mich., February 28-March 3, 1994.

IVHS issues and technology. Warrendale, Pa., Society of Automotive Engineers, c1992. 68 p. (SP-928)
   TE228.3.I94 1992
   Includes bibliographical references.
   "Future Transportation Technology Conference and Exposition, Costa Mesa, California, August 10-13, 1992."

IVHS programs and applications. Warrendale, Pa., Society of Automotive Engineers, c1993. 70 p. (SP-983)
   TE228.3.I947 1993
   Includes bibliographical references.
   "1993 Future Transportation Technology Conference, San Antonio, Texas, August 9-12, 1993."

Petrites, Seyem D., and Michael C. Kleiber. IVHS thesaurus: a controlled, hierarchical vocabulary for indexing materials relating to intelligent vehicle highway systems. Rev. Dec. 1991. Berkeley, Institute of Transportation studies, University of California at Berkeley, c1991. 19 p. (Library references, UCB-ITS-LR-91-1)
   TE228.3.P48 1991

Vehicle systems for roads. Warrendale, Pa., Society of Automotive Engineers, c1993. 134 p. (SP-989)
"The Seventh International Pacific Conference & Exposition on Automotive Engineering, Phoenix, Arizona, November 15-19, 1993."
   TE228.3.V45 1993

TOP OF PAGE

SPECIALIZED TITLES

Automotive display systems and IVHS. Warrendale, Pa., Society of Automotive Engineers, c1993. 132 p. (SP-964)
   Papers presented at the International Congress and Exposition, Detroit, Michigan, March 1-5, 1993.
   TL272.55.A93 1993

Ayers, David Randal. Tort reform and "smart" highways: are liability concerns impeding the development of cost-effective intelligent vehicle-highway systems? Final report. Charlottesville, Virginia Transportation Research Council, 1994. 50 p. (VTRC, 94-R6)
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.A94 1994

Communications, traffic signals, and traffic control devices, 1991. Washington, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, 1991. 145 p. (Transportation research record, no. 1324)
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE7.H5 no. 1324

Generic intelligent driver support. Edited by John A. Michon. London, Washington, Taylor & Francis, c1993. 252 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.G46 1993

Ran, Bin, and David E. Boyce. Dynamic urban transportation network models: theory and implications for intelligent vehicle-highway systems. Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, c1994. 390 p. (Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems, 417)
   Bibliography: p. 367-375.
   HE305.R36 1994

TOP OF PAGE

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS

Bellomo, Salvatore J. Responsive multimodal transportation management strategies and IVHS. Washington, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Feb. 1995. 162 p.
   "Publication no. FHWA-RD-94-086."
   Pamphlet box <SciRR>

Department of Transporation's intelligent transportation systems (ITS) projects. Compiled by U.S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Washington, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 1995. 421 p.
   "Publication no. FHWA-JPO-95-001. HVH-1/12-95(7M)."
   Pamphlet box <SciRR>

Department of Transportation's intelligent vehicle highway systems projects. Compiled by Federal Highway Administration, Office of Traffic Management and IVHS (HTV-1) and others. Washington, The Department, 1993. 197 p.
   TE228.3.D46 1993
   "Publication no. FHWA-SA-93-027. HTV-10/3-93(5M)QE."

Schweiger, Carol L., Mary Kihl, and Lawrence N. Labell. Advanced public transportation systems: the state of the art: update '94. Washington, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration; Springfield, Va., National Technical Information Service, distributor, 1994. 133 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   PB94-169620 <SciRR> and TA1205.S4 1994
   "Publication no. FTA-MA-26-0007-94-1."

TOP OF PAGE

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

IEEE Workshop on Electronic Applications in Transportation (1990, Dearborn, Mich.). 1990 IEEE Workshop on Electronic Applications in Transportation. New York, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Piscataway, N.J., IEEE Service Center, distributor, c1990. 112 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA1235.I33 1990
   Conference held in Dearborn, Mich., Oct. 18-19, 1990, sponsored by I.E.E.E. and several of its subordinate societies.

Intelligent Vehicles '93 Symposium (1993, Tokyo, Japan). Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles '93 Symposium, July 14-16, 1993. Sponsored by IEEE Industrial Electronics Society; co-sponsored by SAE and others. Piscataway, N.J., IEEE Service Center, 1993. 496 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TL152.8.I58 1993

International Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation (4th, 1992, Baltimore, Md.). Microcomputers in transportation: proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation, Baltimore, Md., July 22-24, 1992. Edited by John Chow; David M. Litvin and Kenneth S. Opiela, associate editors. Sponsored by the Urban Transportation Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers. New York, American Society of Civil Engineers, c1993. 860 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA1230.I57 1992

Proceedings. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference ... VTS Conference. 17th- 1966- New York, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. annual.
   TK6570.M6I22a

Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference (5th, 1994, Yokohama- shi, Japan). 1994 Vehicle navigation & information systems conference proceedings, August 31-September 2, 1994. Sponsored by IEEE Vehicular Technology Society and others. New York, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, c1994. 772 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TE228.3.V44 1994

TOP OF PAGE

ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING SERVICES

Abstracting and Indexing Services which index relevant journal articles and other literature relevant to intelligent transportation systems are listed below.

Applied Science & Technology Index (1913- )
   Z7913.I7 <SciRR A&I> and Computer format
   See: Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems
   Highway Engineering Software
   Computers--Highway Engineering Use

Engineering Index (1884- )
   Z5851.E62 <SciRR A&I> and CD-ROM <SciRR>
   See: Highway Systems
   Highway Traffic Control

Highway Research Abstracts (1931- )
   TE1.N469a
   See: Operations and Traffic Control
   Traffic Flow, Capacity, and Measurements

Magazine Index (1980- )
   Available in several formats in LC
   See: Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems

Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature (1900- )
   A13.R48 <B&E> and CD-ROM <N&CPR>
   See: Intelligent Vehicle Highway System

Transportation Research Board. Transport (1968- )
   Available on CD-ROM at Dept. of Transportation Library
   See: Intelligent-Vehicle-Highway-Systems

TOP OF PAGE

JOURNALS

Journals that often contain articles relevant to intelligent transport systems include the following:

Automotive Engineering
TL1.S5
ENR TA1.E6 and Microfilm 02798 <MicRR>
GPS World (Global Positioning Systems)
VK562.G68
Inside ITS (formerly Inside IVHS) Current Issues Only
Intelligent Highway: RTI/IVHS News Not in LC Collections (at Dept. of Transportation Library)
ITE Journal HE331.T7
ITS Quarterly (continues IVHS Review) TE228.3.I95
IVHS Journal Not in LC Collections
Journal of Transportation Engineering TA1001.A512
Transportation Quarterly HE331.T74
Vehicular Technology Society Quarterly TA1235.V44

TOP OF PAGE

REPRESENTATIVE JOURNAL ARTICLES

Krozel, Jimmy. Intelligent path prediction for vehicular traffic. AI magazine, v. 15, spring 1994: 67-68.
   Q334.A5

Lafortune, Stephane, and others. Dynamic system-optimal traffic assignment using a state space model. Transportation research. Part B: methodological, v. 27B, no. 6, 1993: 451-472.
   HE192.5.T68

Levine, Steve Z., and William R. McCasland. Monitoring freeway traffic conditions with automatic vehicle identification systems. ITE journal, v. 64, Mar. 1994: 23-28.
   HE331.T7

Lo, Hong K., and others. Evaluation framework for IVHS. Journal of transportation engineering, v. 120, May/June 1994: 447-460.
   TA1001.A512

Mahmassani, Hani S., and Peter Shen-Te Chen. An investigation of the reliability of real-time information for route choice decisions in a congested traffic system. Transportation, v. 20, no. 2, 1993: 157-178.
   HE7.T685

Marchessault, Thomas E. IVHS and the dismal science. IVHS review, summer 1993: 43-50.
   TE228.3.I95

Pearce, Vincent P., Brian G. Keeler, and J. Andre Schmid. The San Antonio ATMS: innovation tackles the congestion challenge. ITE journal, v. 64, June 1994: 23-27.
   HE331.T7

Rowe, Edwin. Operations and maintenance: Achilles' heel of IVHS? IVHS review, fall 1993: 1-8.
   TE228.3.I95

Sato, Nobuaki. Advanced road transportation systems in Japan. IVHS review, fall 1993: 77-86.
   TE228.3.I95

Yang, Hai, and others. Exploration of route choice behavior with advanced traveler information using neural network concepts. Transportation, v. 20, no. 2, 1993: 199-223.
   HE7.T685

TOP OF PAGE

TECHNICAL REPORTS

Technical reports and other types of literature are indexed in the following guides:

Government Reports Announcements & Index (1895- )
   Z7916.G78 <SciRR A&I> and CD-ROM <SciRR>
   See: Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems

Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (1895- )
   Z1233.A18 <SciRR A&I> and Computer format
   See: Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems

TOP OF PAGE

SELECTED TECHNICAL REPORTS

Reports listed below are available in the microform collection of the Science Reading Room. They and other reports on the subject may also be purchased from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), Springfield, Virginia 22161. NTIS telephone: 800-553-NTIS.

DeBlasio, Allan J., and others. IVHS institutional and legal issues program: review of the FAST-TRAC operational test. Cambridge, Mass., John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, 1994. 80 p. (FHWA-SA-94- 067)
   PB94-186103 <SciRR>

IVHS institutional issues and case studies: ADVANCE case study. Cambridge, Mass., John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, 1994. 40 p. (FHWA-SA-94-055)
   PB94-186160 <SciRR>

IVHS institutional issues and case studies: analysis and lessons learned. Cambridge, Mass., John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, 1994. 135 p. (FHWA-SA-94-061)
   PB94-184322 <SciRR>

Intelligent vehicle highway systems. Washington, Transportation Research Board, 1993. 135 p. (Transportation research record, no. 1408)
   PB94-145554 <SciRR>

Stevens, S. S., and S. M. Chin. Cost estimates for near-term deployment of advanced traffic management systems. Oak Ridge, Tenn., Center for Transportation Analysis, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1993. 83 p. (ORNL/M- 2672)
   DE94-012717 <SciRR>

TOP OF PAGE

SELECTED MATERIALS

Selected materials available in the Science Reading Room pamphlet boxes include the following:

Architecture: what it is and why it's needed. IVHS architecture bulletin, Sept. 1994: 3-9.

Barbaresso, James C. Solving real-world problems on the fast track. ENR, v. 233, Nov. 28, 1994: 16-20, suppl.

Benz, Thomas. Traffic flow effects of intelligent vehicles. Traffic technology international, 1994: 118-120.

Collision avoidance systems: issues and opportunities. 1994 Proceedings. Sponsored by ITS America Safety and Human Factors Committee and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Washington, ITS America, 1995. 208 p. (Report no. ITSA-95-002)

Constantino, James. Overcoming institutional barriers to IVHS. Transportation quarterly, v. 48, winter 1994: 3-13.

Diebold, John. Overcoming obstacles to 21st century infrastructure. IVHS review, spring 1993: 63-78.

Driving ambitions. IEE review, v. 41, Jan. 19, 1995: 2.

ETTM primer for transportation and toll officials. Washington, ITS America ATMS Committee ETTM Task Force, 1995. 73 p.

Federal IVHS program recommendations for fiscal years 1994 and 1995. Washington, IVHS America, 1992. 222 p. (Report no. IVHS-AMER-92-5)

French, Robert L., and others. A comparison of IVHS progress in the United States, Japan and Europe through 1993. Washington, IVHS America, 1994. 186 p. (Report no. IVHS-AMER-94-5)

Guidelines for ATMS. Washington, Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) Committee, IVHS America, 1992. 96 p. (Report no. IVHS-AMER-ATMS-92-2)

Hughes, Ronald G. IVHS: the marriage of transportation and communications. Transportation quarterly, v. 48, summer 1994: 249-256.

Intelligent highways here and abroad. Public works, v. 125, Sept. 1994: 88-89.

ITS architecture development program. Phase 1. Summary report. Washington, ITS America, Nov. 1994. 106 p.

Mullins, Justin. Cars that drive themselves. New scientist, v. 144, Oct. 15, 1994: 37-40.

New name, new era for IVHS. Civil engineering, v. 65, Apr. 1995: 26- 28.

Nontechnical constraints and barriers to implementation of intelligent vehicle-highway systems: a report to Congress. Washington, Office of the Secretary, Dept. of Transportation, 1994. 1 v. (various pagings)

Safety and human factors considerations. Washington, National Working Group on IVHS Safety and Human Factors, IVHS America, 1992. 67 p. (Report no. IVHS-AMER-ATMS-92-1)

Saxton, Lyle. Automated control--cornerstone of future highway systems. IVHS review, summer 1993: 1-16.

Schneiderman, Ron. Technology helps drive the intelligent-vehicle highway systems market. Microwaves & RF, v. 33, May 1994: 33-38.

Shapiro, Gabriel. Are smart cars a dumb idea? Traffic safety, v. 93, Sept./Oct. 1993: 12-15.

Wilsterman, Doug. The art of in-vehicle navigation. ENR, v. 233, Nov. 28, 1994: 6-7, suppl.

TOP OF PAGE

ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION

Additional Sources of Information are listed below. Also, the Internet offers a growing number of information resources.

U.S. Department of Transportation Library
400 Seventh Street, SW
Washington, DC 20590
Telephone: (202) 366-0746

Technical Reference Center
Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (USDOT/VNTSC)
Kendall Square, 55 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02142-1093
Telephone: (617) 494-2306

Inquiry Service
Transportation Research Information Services
Transportation Research Board
National Research Council
2101 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20418
Telephone: (202) 334-3250

Transportation Library
Northwestern University Library
1935 Sheridan Rd.
Evanston, IL 60208-2300
Telephone: (708) 491-5273

Institute of Transportation Studies Library
409 McLaughlin Hall
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720
Telephone: (510) 642-3604

Institute of Transportation Engineers
525 School St., SW, Ste. 410
Washington, DC 20024
Telephone: (202) 554-8050

ITS America (Intelligent Transportation Society)
400 Virginia Ave, SW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20024-2730
Telephone: (202) 484-4847
(800) 374-8472

TOP OF PAGE

Top of Page Top of Page
  Home >> Tracer Bullets
  The Library of Congress >> Researchers
   April 25, 2014
Legal | External Link Disclaimer

Contact Us:  
Ask a Librarian