Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks are self-organizing networks established among vehicles equipped with communication facilities. For a rich set of applications implementing Intelligent Highways, like application related to road safety, traffic monitoring and management, road disaster mitigation etc. the road side infrastructure plays a vital role for any VANET. This is the reason that efficient communication between the vehicles and the road side infrastructure is required. Meeting this requirement becomes very difficult as nodes in a VANET are highly mobile and thus the network topology is highly dynamic. This work aims to achieve a better vehicle to infrastructure communication. The application under consideration is providing a zero traffic lane (Z-Lane) for an ambulance using VANET. To achieve the goal the first step is to identify a suitable vehicular mobility model. This monograph documents the related literature survey. The simulation based experimental setup for the said application using SUMO(Simulation of Urban Mobility) and NS2(Network Simulator 2)are thoroughly explained in this monograph.