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Zheng, Fangfang (author), van Zuylen, H.J. (author), Liu, Xiaobo (author)
Urban travel times are rather variable as a result of a lot of stochastic factors both in traffic flows, signals, and other conditions on the infrastructure. However, the most common way both in literature and practice is to estimate or predict only expected travel times, not travel time distributions. By doing so, it fails to provide full...
journal article 2017
Zheng, F. (author)
Urban travel times are intrinsically uncertain due to a lot of stochastic characteristics of traffic, especially at signalized intersections. A single travel time does not have much meaning and is not informative to drivers or traffic managers. The range of travel times is large such that certain travel times can occur for congested conditions...
doctoral thesis 2011