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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 01)
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Research on Bus Priority Signal Planning Under Mixed Traffic Flow

Dan Yu, Juanjuan Cao, Yihu Wu and Minglei Song
Corresponding Author:  Dan Yu 

Key words:  Bus priority, mixed traffic flow, Newton algorithm, nonlinear complementarity, signal timing optimization, ,
Vol. 5 , (01): 187-191
Submitted Accepted Published
May 11, 2012 June 08, 2012 January 01, 2013

This study, based on principle of bus priority, uses complementary doctrines to create mixed traffic flow intersection signal-planning model under effective green time. By discussing the objective function of optimization model, we ensure and take advantage of nonlinear equivalence feature. After that, this study refers to Newton algorithm to solve this model. Considering the mixed characteristic of traffic flow, we put forward to adoption of traffic capacity, delay time and parking number together to evaluate operation effect. Through the example analysis, it was shown that this model and solution algorithm responded well and indications increased remarkably.
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Dan Yu, Juanjuan Cao, Yihu Wu and Minglei Song, 2013. Research on Bus Priority Signal Planning Under Mixed Traffic Flow.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(01): 187-191.
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ISSN (Online):  2040-7467
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