TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL CONTROL IN SATURATED ROAD NETWORKS

@inproceedings{Yang1995TRAFFICAA,
  title={TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL CONTROL IN SATURATED ROAD NETWORKS},
  author={Hai Yang and Sam Yagar},
  year={1995}
}
This article presents a model and a procedure for determining traffic assignment and optimizing signal timings in saturated road networks. Both queuing and congestion are explicitly taken into account in predicting equilibrium flows and setting signal split parameters for a fixed pattern of origin-to-destination trip demand. The model is formulated as a bilevel programming problem. The lower-level problem represents a network equilibrium model involving queuing explicitly on saturated links… CONTINUE READING

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