Impact of Signal Preemption on the Operation of the Virginia Route 7 Corridor

@inproceedings{Bullock1999ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of Signal Preemption on the Operation of the Virginia Route 7 Corridor},
  author={Darcy Bullock and Juan Manuel Morales and Bobby Sanderson},
  year={1999}
}
This study analyzed the impact emergency vehicle traffic signal preemption had on the travel time and delay of traffic on a signalized corridor in Northern Virginia. The corridor was composed of three coordinated intersections on Route 7 (Leesburg Pike near Landsdowne). The motivation for this work was the construction of a new hospital, which opened near the study area. Emergency response personnel expressed an interest in deploying a preemption system that would aid ambulances in quickly and… CONTINUE READING
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