University of Minnesota study looks to make traffic signals smarter, shorten time stopped at intersections

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It can be frustrating when the light turns green and every car in front of you makes it through before it turns red -- except for you.

Assistant Professor Michael Levin at the University of Minnesota and his team just finished the first phase of a study that, if successful, could make those traffic signals a lot smarter and less frustrating.

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