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Title: Traffic modeling and mitigation measures for signalized intersections along Corniche El Mazraa
Authors: Saad, Mohammad
Ramadan, Ayman
Damaj, Ghaleb
Advisors: Omran, Mazen Nazem
Subjects: Traffic signs and signals--Control systems--Case studies
Traffic engineering
Issue Date: 2016
Motivated by the modelling of a signalized intersections, we are led to study the traffic on a road with many intersections. In this note, we would like to describe the modeling of a junction and solve the traffic jam problem for such a model. More precisely, on each intersection we use the 'manual count method to describe the evolution of the volume of vehicles. The 'manual count method being used as a part of request to recognize the vehicles after their sort and destination. Then, we analyze the collected data on each junction to combine them in one system. This first step allow us to obtain the initial traffic model of the road. We describe these results and also some properties of the mitigation measures, in order to perceive to what extent these mitigations are valuable and relevant on this road.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55).

Supervised by Dr. Mazen Omran.
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