Development of an Interactive GIS Based Work Zone Traffic Control ToolAuthor/Presenter: Bringardner, Jack; Gemar, Mason; Machemehl, Randy
The purpose of this study was to include consideration for intersections into the previously created GIS traffic control planning tool. Available data for making intersection control calculations were collected and integrated into the design of the tool. The limitations created by required assumptions were addressed, as well as more advanced techniques for overcoming these problems. The tool can be used to estimate capacity calculations at any signalized intersection within the NCTCOG modeling region. These calculations can be used to inform users about the effects of a construction plan. Inputs for using dynamic traffic assignment to further understand these effects is then addressed, focusing on the development of a subnetwork to reduce computation time for multiple temporary traffic control plans.
Publication Date: 2013
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Publication Types: Books, Reports, Papers, and Research Articles
Topics: Global Positioning System; Temporary Traffic Control; Traffic Control Plans