TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: October 09/14
Homework 3 - Solution
1. Using 3-mph intervals for the speed groups, analyze the spot speed data below. Determine
(a) mean speed, (b) median speed, (c) modal speed, (d) 10-mph pace, (e) stand
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: September 30/14
Homework 2 - Solution
1. Results of traffic flow studies on a highway indicate that the flow-density relationships
can be described by the expression:
k
q k * c * ln
k
j
If speed and dens
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: November 06, 2014
Homework 4
1. Develop a signal deign and timing for the intersection shown below. Accommodate both
vehicular and pedestrian needs. Please indicate if you make any assumption on key values
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: October 09/14
Homework 3
1. Using 3-mph intervals for the speed groups, analyze the spot speed data below. Determine
(a) mean speed, (b) median speed, (c) modal speed, (d) 10-mph pace, (e) standard
deviati
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: September 23/14
Homework 1
1. The design speed of a multilane highway is 65 mi/h, what is the minimum stopping sight
distance that should be provided on the road if:
a. The road is level and
b. The road ha
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: September 30/14
Homework 2
1. Results of traffic flow studies on a highway indicate that the flow-density relationships
can be described by the expression:
k
q k * c * ln
k
j
If speed and density observa
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ENGI 0553
Fall 2014
Due date: September 23/14
Homework 1 - Solution
1. The design speed of a multilane highway is 65 mi/h, what is the minimum stopping sight
distance that should be provided on the road if:
a. The road is level and
b.