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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 08)
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Off-Ramp Control near Surface Road

Yulong Pei and Kan Zhou
Corresponding Author:  Yulong Pei 

Key words:  Occumpancy, off-ramp control, platoon queue, surface road metering, vissim simulation, ,
Vol. 5 , (08): 2612-2615
Submitted Accepted Published
August 29, 2012 February 01, 2013 March 15, 2013
Abstract:

To enhance the overall performance of operation of urban expressway, a ramp metering control strategy is proposed to delays and queues of vehicle platoon along off-ramp near the surface road. This control mode measures the real time traffic conditions at off ramps through the derived occupancy data and then optimizes the green time and length of cycle. A Vissim based simulation analysis is used to verify the effectiveness of this proposed control strategy using the field data of Zhuque Bridge and Taoyuan Bridge of South 2 Ring Road in Xi’an city. The simulation results show that the traffic flows can be allocated homogeneously, even during the peak hours and the average traveling time and platoon queue can be reduced approximate 5~7%, compared with the simulated findings of no control mode and fixed time control mode.
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Yulong Pei and Kan Zhou , 2013. Off-Ramp Control near Surface Road.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(08): 2612-2615.
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