- Researchers have developed virtual traffic lights which disappear once a junction is crossed
- The traffic lights use connected vehicle technology
- The lights could cut emissions and be safer
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(CNN)Being stuck in traffic is one of the most infuriating experiences for a driver, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University may have found a solution. They claim they can reduce the commute times of urban workers by 40% by replacing physical traffic lights with virtual traffic lights.