|Statement||Kevin A. Haboian.|
|Series||Monograph ;, 8, Monograph (Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Quade & Douglas) ;, 8.|
|LC Classifications||HE336.E94 H33 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||94100426|
Freeway traffic management and operations is the implementation of policies, strategies and technologies to improve freeway performance. The over-riding objectives of freeway management programs are to minimize congestion (and its side effects), improve safety, enhance overall mobility, and provide support to other agencies during emergencies. Freeway management and operations extend beyond ITS and electronic systems. The consequences of congestion are much more serious to a community than only local traffic impacts. Economic growth, quality-of-life, and environmental quality are some of the consequences of congestion. A Freeway management handbook [Anonymous,.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Freeway management handbook. Ramp management strategies may be used to control the flow of vehicles entering a freeway, thus smoothing the rate at which they are allowed to enter the freeway. Ramp management strategies may be used to control access to selected ramps, thus limiting the periods when vehicles may access the ramp or possibly restricting access to the ramp permanently.
As such, many freeway management programs will include projects to develop, design, implement, and expand freeway management systems that incorporate advanced technologies and complex software. Accordingly, this chapter also summarizes a number of published processes that are geared towards ITS deployment (e.g., systems engineering, configuration management, regional ITS architectures). A related strategy – and a relatively recent lane management concept – is that of High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes. HOT lanes combine HOV and pricing strategies by allowing vehicles that don't meet passenger occupancy requirements to gain access to HOV lanes by paying a toll. Freeway Management System (FMS) officially launched by Minister of Transport, Hon. Jeff Radebe – October • Aim of FMS: – Improve Road Safety – Manage Traffic Flow – Manage Incidents – Inform road users with accurate and up to –date informationFile Size: 3MB. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
freeway corridor incident management. An effort was made to summarize, extract, and select the information needed dur ing the decision-making process to implement urban freeway incident management strategies. This paper documents the development of a microcomputer-based expert system design for assisting in freeway incident Size: KB. The use of controls on freeways includes devices like ramp meters, the traffic lights at freeway on-ramps, that manage the input flow to keep the freeway flowing (more) freely (than it otherwise would). Traffic engineers have suites of controls that try to squeeze in a few more cars on the same set of pavement by reducing the size of gaps. Freeway management strategies can include ramp metering, HOV lanes, overhead lane control signals, freeway mainline metering, variable speed control, SMART corridors, and congestion pricing. Information is provided on the policies and procedures for freeway corridor management, and descriptions of a number of techniques and practices are presented. Traffic growth and increasing congestion on urban freeways require a comprehensive approach toward managing the complex elements of freeway operations.