9
Evaluation and Design of Uninterrupted Flow Facilities
Traffic Stream Models and Applications
Objectives:
Understand aggregate (macroscopic)
representation of traffic: basic variables and
relationsh
8.
Signalized Intersections
Part III: Evaluation and Design
of Signalized Intersections
Objectives:
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l
l
Learn the basic concepts and principles of
signal timing
Learn how to evaluate the performance
7.
Signalized Intersections
Part II: Queueing Theory
Objectives:
Appreciate the importance of understanding
queue in traffic engineering
Learn how to model interrupted traffic flow
using queueing theo
10
Evaluation and Design of Uninterrupted Flow Facilities
Shockwave Theory
Objectives:
Understand the dynamics of traffic flow
Learn shockwave theory and its applications
Dr. L. Fu
Traffic Dynamics (S
9.
Signalized Intersections
Part IV: Design and Evaluation
of Signal Coordination
Objectives:
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l
l
Learn the basic principles of signal
coordination
Learn how to apply time-space diagram
technique to
5
Roundabouts
Prof. L. Fu
Objectives:
Learn about Roundabouts: components, priority
of traffic movements, traffic issues, design
variations
Learn techniques for determining and evaluating
the performa
Signalized Intersections
Prof. L. Fu
Content
Part I: Intro
Part II: Queueing Theory
Part III: Evaluation and Design of Signal Timing
Part IV: Signal Coordination
6.
Signalized Intersections
Part I: In
CIVE 343: Fall 2014
Assignment 8 Solutions
Question 1
Consider the aggregated 15-minute FTMS detector speed, volume and occupancy data
available on the course web page. These data were obtained from a
CIVE 343: Fall 2014
Assignment 1 Solutions
Question 1
Table 1 contains the required raw data for the past ten years. The required data can be
found on page 44 of the 2011 edition of the Ontario Road S
CIVE 343: Fall 2014
Assignment 3 Solutions
Question 1
A. Calculate the delay for each minor street turning movement on the southbound
approach.
Movement
Rank
x (veh/h)
% HV
t(c,x) (s)
t(f,x) (s)
v(c,x
CIVE 343: Fall 2014
Assignment 4 Solutions
Question 1A
Assuming that the volume for the northbound minor left-turn volume is 79 vehicles per hour, the
following figure illustrates the intersection of
User Name
Intersection
Approach
Synch Time
Test Student
King and Lodge
WB Minor
3:37:50 PM
16
0
e
f
Left
Through
15:40:21.310
15:42:24.580
15:43:02.410
15:43:45.770
15:43:47.430
15:45:06.610
15:46:37.