In recent years, more use of narrow lanes as a temporary traffic management scheme (TTMS) on UK motorway roadwork sections has been made. The rationale is to free up carriageway space, especially for … [Read more...] about Narrow Lanes and Their Effect on Drivers’ Behaviour at Motorway Roadworks
Work zones on freeways usually affect the quality of service for road users. Aiming to reduce traffic flow disruptions to a minimum, Hessen Mobil — Road and Traffic Management installed an innovative … [Read more...] about Traffic Flow at a Freeway Work Zone with Reversible Median Lane
Most drivers have come to accept the regular and frequent maintenance and construction activity on motorways as a necessary nuisance, as the strain on this type of infrastructure is considerable, and … [Read more...] about How Does Left Lane Width in Motorway Work Zones Affect Driver Behaviour and Perception?
A 1979 study on the operation of 103 construction sites concluded that narrow lanes were particularly harzardous on high-speed roadways carrying nonlocal traffic. To gain further accident experience … [Read more...] about The Safety of Narrow Lanes for Traffic Control at a Construction Site
Lane drops occur as a result of restricting roadways caused by construction work or other planned or unplanned events. When vehicles fail to merge in a timely fashion, delays or traffic accidents … [Read more...] about Technology in Rural Transportation, “Simple Solution” #7 – Lane Drop Driver Awareness