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.Colombaroni, A.Gemma, & G.Fusco (2010). Joint Problem of Traffic Signal Synchronization and Bus Priority. In -.

Joint Problem of Traffic Signal Synchronization and Bus Priority

GEMMA, ANDREA;FUSCO, Gaetano
2010

Abstract

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.Colombaroni, A.Gemma, & G.Fusco (2010). Joint Problem of Traffic Signal Synchronization and Bus Priority. In -.
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