Journal of Advanced Transportation / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Blockchain-Based Intelligent Transportation: A Sustainable GCU Application System

Table 1

Proposed attributes.

AspectsCriteriaExplanation

EconomicC1: transaction costSmart contracts; decentralized, tamper-proof, permanent records
C2: management costAutomated data upload and traceability systems reduce monitoring costs and labor costs
C3: infrastructure construction costAnalyze and process traffic information and plan traffic network
C4: financial costElectronic bill management, blockchain-based audit, blockchain-based tax supervision

SocietyC5: reliabilitySecure databases, irreversibly distributed accounting systems, traceability, smart contracts
C6: timelinessInstantly form a smart contract
C7: Internet-based traffic managementBlockchain accounting; record transaction information to ensure accountability for drivers
C8: congestion managementIssue of transportation permits. Give different prices to different roads. Heavy trucks line up. Blockchain transactions
C9: urban space optimizationRegional industrial agglomeration promotes the optimization of urban space
C10: convenient travelTraffic congestion is reduced, public transportation is more convenient, and traffic information is more abundant
C11: parking managementTrade parking spaces that are not used for a period of time via the blockchain
C12: reward and punishment systemVirtual currency rewards are offered to users who actively participate in blockchain and publish real messages
C13: credit evaluation systemConduct credit assessments for blockchain participants

EnvironmentC14: urban traffic pollutionReasonable control of speed, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and reduce fuel consumption; charging electric cars is easier; improve public transport
C15: urban greening layoutMake a reasonable greening plan according to the city layout

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