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Title: Development of a graphical method for choosing the optimal mode of traffic light
Authors: Novikov, A. N.
Katunin, A. A.
Novikov, I. A.
Kravchenko, A. A.
Shevtscova, A. G.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract: Changing the transportation infrastructure for improving the main characteristics of the transportation flow is the key problem in transportation planning, therefore the main question lies in the ability to plan the change of the main indicators for the long term. In this investigation, an analysis of the city’s population has been performed and the most difficult transportation segment has been identified. During its identification, the main characteristics of the transportation flow have been established. For the evaluation of these characteristics until 2025, an analysis of the available methods of establishing changes in their values has been conducted. During the analysis of the above mentioned methods of evaluation of the change in intensity, based on the method of extrapolation, three scenarios of the development of the transportation system have been identified. It has been established that the most favorable method of controlling the transportation flow in the entrance to the city is the long term control of the traffic system. For the first time, with the help of the authors, based on the investigations of foreign scientists and the mathematical analysis of the changes in intensiveness on the main routes of the given road, the method of graphically choosing the required control plan has been put forward. The effectiveness of said organization scheme of the transportation system has been rated in the Transyt-14 program, with the analysis of changes in the main characteristics of the transportation flow.
Description: Development of a graphical method for choosing the optimal mode of traffic light / A. N. Novikov [et al.] // IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics. - 2018. - Vol.1015. - 032127.
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