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Title: Advanced traffic management systems and high-occupancy-vehicle systems. Transportation research record

Abstract

;Contents: Distributed Approach to Real-Time Control of Complex Signalized Networks; MULTIBAND-96: A Program for Variable-Bandwidth Progression Optimization of Multiarterial Traffic Networks; Determination of Timings in Signal Systems with Traffic-Actuated Controllers; Combined Model for Signal Control and Route Choice in Urbn Traffic Networks; Multivariate Optimization Strategies for Real-Time Traffic Control Signals; Implementation Vision for Distributed Control of Traffic Signal Subsystems; Current Developments in SCOOT: Version 3; Estimating Impact of Signal Hardware Improvements; Guidelines for Actuated Controllers in Coordinated Systems; Evaluation of Bus Priority Signal Strategies in Ann Arbor, Michigan; NETSIM-Based Approach to Evaluation of Bus Preemption Strategies; Simulation-Based Methodology for Evaluation of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Facilities; Predicting High-Occupancy-Vehicle Facility Demand; Evaluation of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lanes on Long Island Expressway; Effect on Congestion and Motorcycle Safety of Motorcycle Travel on High-Occupancy-Vehicle Facilities in Virginia; Development of Arterial High-Occupancy-Vehicle Land Enforcement Techniques; Multiple-Interval Freeway Traffic Flow Forecasting; New Methodology for Smoothing Freeway Loop Detector Data: Introduction to Digital Filtering; Evaluation of Compliance Rates and Travel Time Calculation for Automatic Alternative Route Guidance Systems on Freeways; Algorithm for Controlling Spillback from Ramp Meters; Systemwide Analysis of Freeway Improvements; Transferability of Freeway Incident Detection Algorithms; Deriving Incident Management Measures Using Incident Probability Models and Simulation; and I-880 Fieldmore » Experiment: Data-Base Development and Incident Delay Estimation Procedures.« less

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
National Research Council, Washington, DC (United States). Transportation Research Board
OSTI Identifier:
464282
Report Number(s):
PB-97-142582/XAB; TRB/TRR-1554
TRN: 70911619
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1996
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; 99 MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS, INFORMATION SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, LAW, MISCELLANEOUS; TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS; AUTOMATION; CARPOOLING; TRAFFIC CONTROL

Citation Formats

. Advanced traffic management systems and high-occupancy-vehicle systems. Transportation research record. United States: N. p., 1996. Web.
. Advanced traffic management systems and high-occupancy-vehicle systems. Transportation research record. United States.
. Tue . "Advanced traffic management systems and high-occupancy-vehicle systems. Transportation research record". United States.
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