Several methods have been developed to allow bus priority with respect to general traffic in urban areas. Among these, signal priority strategies attempt to reduce delay in two ways: by reducing the probability of a transit vehicle encountering a red signal, and, if this does occur, by reducing the wait time until the green signal. The objective of this study is modeling and simulating a mathematical procedure to provide bus priority along a synchronization arterial, through the combination of passive and active bus priority strategies.
C., C., Gemma, A., Fusco, G. (2010). Joint Problem of Traffic Signal Synchronization and Bus Priority. In -.