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) me
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
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. P
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,
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
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 expres
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 b