Evaluation of Signal Times and Comparison with Queueing Models at Signalized Intersections in Urban Area


Authors : Fatih Gunes, Selim Bayraklı, Abdul Halim Zaim

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 4 - April

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The growing population of cities causes many problems such as air pollution, traffic congestion, fuel consumption and energy efficiency. Especially the traffic problem has come to the fore as one of the main factors of many other problems. In literature has been developed different methods to solve this problem. Queuing theory (Queuing models) are studies involving all the analytical approaches performed for the analysis and design of these systems. In this article, the analysis results obtained from the real data collected from the field are shared. The results obtained in the study were analyzed by the methods provided by the queue models. The signal duration was improved based on the data obtained, and the effect on the result was examined. As a result of improving the signal times, it was seen that parameters such as queue lengths and time consumed in the system decreased.

Keywords : Queueing Theory, Intelligent Signal Times; Signalized Intersections; Smart Cities.

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