A Microscopic Simulation Approach to Performance Evaluation of Intelligent Transportation System Corridors: A Case in Michigan
Date of Award
Master of Science in Engineering
Civil and Construction Engineering
Dr. Jun-Seok Oh
Dr. Valerian Kwigizile
Dr. Zhanbo Sun
Traffic, Microsimulation, Intelligent Transportation System, Cost-benefit Analysis, Incident Management
Masters Thesis-Open Access
A cost and benefit evaluation of the Michigan Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is performed through integration of analytical techniques and microscopic traffic microsimulation. Observed freeway corridor incident logs and characteristics are studied to determine representative incident management patterns on choice study corridors. The Quadstone Paramics microsimulation traffic package is used to model the selected corridors during various analysis scenarios and investigate the effects of ITS on freeway incident management performance.
Clark, Matthew Levi, "A Microscopic Simulation Approach to Performance Evaluation of Intelligent Transportation System Corridors: A Case in Michigan" (2015). Masters Theses. 593.
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