This paper presents a new traffic flow model to capture complex urban traffic dynamics. We present an extension of the Cell Transmission Model for Urban Traffic (CTM-UT). It is suitable to represent complex flow interactions among lane groups at upstream of signalized intersections and at intersection with determination capacity. Our model is a simple and versatile simulation framework designed to realistically simulate the dynamic queue interactions. It can represent the potential capacity of minor flow obstructed at intersection for large scale urban network. In this paper we present our macroscopic simulation model considering also an optimization calibration method for congestion wave. A comparison between our model and Simulation of Urban MObility (SUMO) is done.

Adacher L, & Tiriolo M (2015). A new methodology to calibrate the congestion wave for the Cell Transmission Model for urban traffic. In 2015 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC 2015) (pp.606-611). IEEE [10.1109/ITSC.2015.105].

A new methodology to calibrate the congestion wave for the Cell Transmission Model for urban traffic

ADACHER, LUDOVICA;TIRIOLO, MARCO
2015

Abstract

This paper presents a new traffic flow model to capture complex urban traffic dynamics. We present an extension of the Cell Transmission Model for Urban Traffic (CTM-UT). It is suitable to represent complex flow interactions among lane groups at upstream of signalized intersections and at intersection with determination capacity. Our model is a simple and versatile simulation framework designed to realistically simulate the dynamic queue interactions. It can represent the potential capacity of minor flow obstructed at intersection for large scale urban network. In this paper we present our macroscopic simulation model considering also an optimization calibration method for congestion wave. A comparison between our model and Simulation of Urban MObility (SUMO) is done.
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