Assessment of the Effects of Timings of Dynamic Lane Clearance During Major Freeway Accidents
Proceedings of SPIE - Intelligent Transportation Systems
Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
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This paper discusses the problem of delay estimation in the context of incident management problem. It then provides the assessment of the effects of the timings of the dynamic lane clearance during traffic accidents. The data collection efforts conducted in Northern Virginia is also described. Finally, a simple case study is presented in order to demonstrate the difference between suing and not using the sequential lane clearance information while estimating the traffic delays due to the incidents.
Traffic accidents; Traffic congestion – Management; Traffic lanes
Civil Engineering | Controls and Control Theory | Systems and Communications | Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning
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Kaan Ozbay ; Pushkin Kachroo and Scott Mastbrook "Assessment of the effects of timings of dynamic lane clearance during major freeway accidents", Proc. SPIE 3207, Intelligent Transportation Systems, 250 (January 27, 1998); doi:10.1117/12.300863; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.300863
Assessment of the Effects of Timings of Dynamic Lane Clearance During Major Freeway Accidents.
Proceedings of SPIE - Intelligent Transportation Systems, 3207
Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE).