A Simple Time Sequential Procedure for Predicting Freeway Incident duration

@article{Khattak1995AST,
  title={A Simple Time Sequential Procedure for Predicting Freeway Incident duration},
  author={Asad J. Khattak and Joseph L. Schofer and Mu-han Wang},
  journal={J. Intellig. Transport. Systems},
  year={1995},
  volume={2},
  pages={113-138}
}
The objective of this study is to develop a methodology for incident duration prediction. First, we develop an understanding of factors that influence incident duration. Then, we use a series of truncated regression models to predict incident duration. The models account for the fact that incident information at a Traffic Operations Center is acquired over the life of the incident. The implications of this simple methodology for incident duration prediction are discussed. 

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