Based on previous potential conflicts analysis studies and recent research from the authors [1], this paper address the need to demonstrate the transferability of a new modelling approach by testing the model using a 4 arms signalised junction in Enna (Italy), where an extensive period of continuous video recording has been carried out. Different cycle and green time settings have been implemented in order to measure the effects on the RLR rates. Then the measured RLR rates have been evaluated and compared to the modelling results as a validation exercise improving and extending the prediction capability of the proposed model.

Traffic Microsimulation Model to Predict Variability of Red-Light Running Influenced by Traffic Light Operations in Urban Area

GIUFFRE', TULLIO;TESORIERE, GIOVANNI;CAMPISI, TIZIANA
2012

Abstract

Based on previous potential conflicts analysis studies and recent research from the authors [1], this paper address the need to demonstrate the transferability of a new modelling approach by testing the model using a 4 arms signalised junction in Enna (Italy), where an extensive period of continuous video recording has been carried out. Different cycle and green time settings have been implemented in order to measure the effects on the RLR rates. Then the measured RLR rates have been evaluated and compared to the modelling results as a validation exercise improving and extending the prediction capability of the proposed model.
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