A Virginia Tech graduate student seeks to eliminate roadside traffic signs and signals and install them on a vehicle's instrument-panel display. This would eliminate stopping at stop signs or red lights when no other cars are in the intersection, saving time and fuel for drivers. Alexandria Noble, a student in the school's Human Factors Transportation Safety Graduate Certificate Program, is collaborating on the project with Virginia Tech's Transportation Institute, which has been ...

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