Analysis of Single-Lane Roundabout Slip Lanes Using SIDRA

@inproceedings{AlGhandour2011AnalysisOS,
  title={Analysis of Single-Lane Roundabout Slip Lanes Using SIDRA},
  author={Majed Al-Ghandour and William J. Rasdorf and Billy M. Williams and Bastian Schroeder},
  year={2011}
}
Roundabout intersections, increasingly used in the U.S., sometimes incorporate slip lanes to facilitate right-turning traffic flow and reduce delay, thereby increasing capacity and safety. Performance of a single-lane roundabout with an adjacent slip lane is modeled with the SIDRA Intersection analysis tool for three types of slip lane: free-flow, yield, and stop, and is compared to having no slip lane. The gap acceptance-based assessment considers four experimental traffic percentage… 

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