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A Simple Method for Estimation of Queue Length
Civil Engineering Faculty Publications
  • S. P. Anusha, Inidan Institute of Technology, Madras
  • Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi, Inidan Institute of Technology, Madras
  • Anuj Sharma, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Date of this Version

International Journal of Innovation Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(December 2013) 2 (special issue 1): 1-5. From the Proceedings of International Conference on Energy and Environment-2013 (ICEE 2013), December 12-14, 2013, organized by Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam, Kerala, India.


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Urban arterials are characterized by frequent intersections. Queue length and delay are the two primary measures of performance of intersection. These measures play a primary role in determining the arterial performance. This article presents a methodology to determine the number of vehicles in queue at a signalized intersection for under saturated traffic conditions. The results obtained were validated using actual values that are manually extracted. The root-mean-square error is of the range 1.3 vehicles for estimation of number of vehicles in queue. The various aspects that have to be considered in accurate estimation of performance measures are also discussed.
Citation Information
S. P. Anusha, Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi and Anuj Sharma. "A Simple Method for Estimation of Queue Length" (2013)
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