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Accession Number PB2013-104943
Title Privacy-Preserving Methods to Retrieve Origin-Destination Information from Connected Vehicles.
Publication Date Jan 2013
Media Count 51p
Personal Author M. Zangui S. Chen Y. Yin Y. Zhou
Abstract This report investigates technical approaches to address privacy concerns associated with two innovative applications enabled by connected vehicle systems, i.e., origin-destination (OD) flow measurement and differentiated congestion pricing. The former is to retrieve the OD information from connected vehicles while the latter charges congestion tolls with respect to travel characteristics of connected vehicles, e.g., origins, destinations or paths that they traverse between their origins and destinations. Since both applications require tracking vehicles, they may violate the anonymity by design principle adopted by connected vehicle systems. For OD flow measurement, a novel measurement scheme is developed to collect aggregate OD flow data without compromising motorists privacy. For differentiated congestion pricing, an incentive program is designed to encourage motorists to voluntarily reveal their private information and create a win-win situation for both motorists and the society.
Keywords Congestion
Destinations
Motorists
Tolls
Travel characteristics
Vehicle systems
Vehicles


 
Source Agency Department of Transportation
NTIS Subject Category 85H - Road Transportation
91B - Transportation & Traffic Planning
Corporate Author Florida Univ., Gainesville. Dept. of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final rept.
NTIS Issue Number 1312
Contract Number N/A

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