Vehicle traffic congestion is an increasing concern in metropolitan areas, with negative health, environment and economical implications. In recent times, computational intelligence (CI), a set of nature-inspired computational approaches and algorithms, has been used in vehicle routing and congestion mitigation research (also referred to as CI-based vehicle traffic routing systems—VTRSs). In this paper, we conduct a critique of existing literature on CI-based VTRSs and discuss identified limitations, evaluation process of existing approaches and research trends. We also identify potential research opportunities.
Jabbarpour, M. R., Zarrabi, H., Khokhar, R. H., Shamshirband, S., & Choo, K-K. R. (2018). Applications of computational intelligence in vehicle traffic congestion problem: A survey. Soft Computing, 22(7), 2299-2320. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00500-017-2492-z