Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics 2011
TRB Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2260 consists of 17 papers that explore travel time variations on urban links, macroscopic fundamental diagrams for freeway networks, traffic flow forecasting and spatial data aggregation, velocity-based first-order continuum traffic model, general newell model and related second-order expressions, and fundamental diagram of traffic flow.
This issue of the TRR also examines multiregime sequential risk-taking model of car-following behavior, mixture modeling of freeway speed data, alternative definitions of passing critical gaps, automated section speed enforcement system on traffic flow at freeway bottlenecks, comparing heavy vehicle and passenger car lane-changing maneuvers, variations in parameters of time headway models, freeway traffic estimation problems, estimation of expressway capacity, impact of icy roadway surface condition on driver car-following behavior, and new trajectory filtering technique and its implications for car-following modeling.
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