Time-dependent queueing at road junctions: Observation and prediction
Measurements of queue lengths and vehicle delays have been used to test the predictions of time-dependent queueing models. Observations were made at eight public road sites for a number of peak periods at each site. In all, sixty-eight peaks were studied. The model predictions of the time-dependent trials-average queues and delays agreed with the observations within the limits set by day-to-day variability for seven of the sites, but for the eighth there was consistent overprediction.
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Volume (Year): 20 (1986)
Issue (Month): 3 (June)
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