Traffic Modeling To Evaluate Potential Benefits Of Advanced Traffic Management And In-vehicle Information Systems In A Freeway/Arterial Corridor
Yonnel Gardes and
Adolf D. May
Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings from Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley
This study includes a literature review of existing traffic simulation models potentially suited for evaluating advanced traffic control strategies and in-vehicle information systems within an integrated freeway/ arterial corridor. Chapter 1 presents a literature review and identification of candidate models. Chapter 2 contains a preliminary screening of candidate models. Chapter 3 presents an in-depth evaluation of short list of models. And, Chapter 4 gives conclusions of the research and recommendations for future directions.
Keywords: Express highways--Communication systems--Evaluation; Traffic flow--Computer simulation; route guidance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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