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Unformatted text preview: Department of Civil Engineering Spring 2009 CEE 4211/5211 Traffic Engineering Dr. Henry Liu 1 Homework #6: Actuated Traffic Signal Design and Coordination Due: April 29, 2009 Problem 1 Consider the intersection of University and California shown in Figure 1. The major street (University) is 80-feet wide; the minor street (California) is 50-feet wide. Lane markings are shown as in the figure. Extension detectors are located 120-feet upstream of the stopline on University; there are no upstream extension detectors on California. There are stopline detectors on the THRU lanes on University, and on all lanes of California. The left turn bays on University contain 80-feet presence loop detectors. The signal controller is a NEMA vehicle- actuated controller. Pedestrian traffic is light to moderate. Assume the Walk time is 4 seconds. Traffic data for the morning peak are displayed in Table 1....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course CE 4211 taught by Professor Preston,h during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.
- Spring '08
- Traffic Engineering