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Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication enables personal, commercial, transit and emergency vehicles to share vital information with each other, including speed, emergency braking, intersection movement and crash status.

Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication involves personal, commercial, transit and emergency vehicles, even pedestrians, communicating their location and status with roadside equipment mounted on street lights or traffic signals.

Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication enables personal, commercial, transit and emergency vehicles to share vital information with each other, including speed, emergency braking, intersection movement and crash status.

Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication involves personal, commercial, transit and emergency vehicles, even trains and pedestrians, communicating their location and status with roadside equipment mounted on street lights or traffic signals.

Real-time traffic data provided by connected vehicles can help make transit more reliable by enabling traffic signals to give priority to buses.

Vehicles, pedestrians and roadside equipment can share information as often as 10 times per second, transmitting and receiving messages about vehicle behavior and roadway conditions.

A connected vehicle can alert its driver when there is a sudden-braking or slow-moving vehicle ahead, and there is a risk of a collision.

Connected vehicle drivers can receive in-car alerts when it’s not safe to enter an intersection because another vehicle is running a red light or making a sudden turn.

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