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Title: Traffic operations, traffic signal systems, and freeway operations 1995. Transportation research record

Abstract

;Contents: Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Variability of Free Speed Along a Freeway Segment; A Case for Freeway Mainline Metering; Development of a Freeway Congestion Index Using an Instrumented Vehicle; New Method for Estimating Freeway Incident Congestion; Costs and Benefits of Vision-Based, Wide-Area Detection in Freeway Applications; Caltrans Interstate 15 Reversible High-Occupancy Lanes: 1994 Status; Evaluation of Minnesota I-394 High-Occupancy-Vehicle Transportation System; Design of Incident Detection Algorithms Using Vehicle-to-Roadside Communication Sensors; Examining the Potential of Using Ramp Metering as a Component of an ATMS; Incident Management via Courtesy Patrol: Evaluation of a Pilot Program in Colorado; Artificial Neural Networks for Freeway Incident Detection; Development of Advanced Traffic Signal Control Strategies for Intelligent Transportation Systems: Multilevel Design; REALBAND: An Approach for Real-Time Coordination of Traffic Flows on Networks; Model to Evaluate the Impacts of Bus Priority on Signalized Intersections; REALTRAN: An Off-Line Emulator for Estimating the Effects of SCOOT; Pioneer Application of Passer IV in the Houston Metro-RCTSS Project; Uniform and Variable Bandwidth Arterial Progression Schemes; Bus-Preemption Under Adaptive Signal Control Environments; Testing and Light Rail Signal Control Strategies by Combining Transit and Traffic Simulation Models; Validation of Simulation Software for Modeling Light Rail Transit; and Techniques To Assess Delay andmore » Queue Length Consequences of Bus Preemption.« less

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
National Research Council, Washington, DC (United States). Transportation Research Board
OSTI Identifier:
218116
Report Number(s):
PB-96-145552/XAB; TRB/TRR-1494
TRN: 60781907
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1995
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; TRAFFIC CONTROL; RESOURCE POTENTIAL; CARPOOLING

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. Traffic operations, traffic signal systems, and freeway operations 1995. Transportation research record. United States: N. p., 1995. Web.
. Traffic operations, traffic signal systems, and freeway operations 1995. Transportation research record. United States.
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