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Zheng, N. (author), Hegyi, A. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author), Van Zuylen, H.J. (author), Peters, D. (author)
To keep the freeway networks in a good condition, road works such as maintenance and reconstruction are carried out regularly. The resulting work zones including the related traffic management measures, give different traffic capacities of the infrastructures, which determines the travel time for road users. A work zone capacity prediction model...
journal article 2011
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Schreiter, T. (author), Van Wageningen-Kessels, F.L.M. (author), Yuan, Y. (author), Van Lint, J.W.C. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Dynamic Traffic Management (DTM) aims to improve traffic conditions. DTM usually consists of two steps: first the current traffic is estimated, then appropriate control actions are determined based on that estimate. In order to estimate and control the traffic, a suitable traffic flow model that reproduces the properties of traffic well must be...
conference paper 2012
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Klunder, G.A. (author), Taale, H. (author), Kester, L. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
This paper introduces a topic which is of growing interest in the traffic control and management community, namely the relation between traffic data quality and the efficiency of traffic management. After some explanatory background and state of the art, it will become clear that no standard approach is available for traffic engineers to...
conference paper 2014
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Meurs, H. (author), Van Wee, G.P. (author), Perdok, J. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
This paper presents this quick-scan approach for assessing the cost-effectiveness of smaller and not-well demarcated transport measures that can be used as a first-scan while establishing packages to deal with certain transport problems. It adds to the available evaluation literature (see section 2) in relying on a combination of expert opinions...
conference paper 2013
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Knoop, V.L. (author), Taale, Henk (author), Meulenberg, Michel (author), van Erp, P.B.C. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Demand exceeding the capacity of a bottleneck will create congestion upstream of that bottleneck. Once this congestion occurs, the maximum flow through this bottleneck decreases (capacity drop). By limiting the flow towards the bottleneck, one can prevent or postpone the capacity drop and the accompanying congestion. In case the bottleneck is...
conference paper 2019
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