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Air pollution countermeasures (City authority perspective)
- ICT CityPulse
Imagine if the city authorities could operate an air pollution response center in collaboration with traffic authorities. This operational center is supported by the City Traffic System, which collects information from multiple different sources, and provides monitoring and action capabilities to the city authorities as well as monitoring capabilities to the citizens through their GPS devices. The system also connects to the transportation authority services (e.g. retrieving public transportation schedules). When congestion and air pollutants are high in certain areas traffic lights are instructed to limit the flow of cars in these parts, and virtual gates are instructed to increase the fee of a car passing through them. Upon a congestion and eminent high pollutant concentration the city authorities react by coordinating with the transport authorities so that drivers can "park & ride" means of public transportation.
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