AHB45-TRR 2018 Accepted Papers
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18-01408OPTIMIZING TRANSIT SIGNAL PRIORITY IMPLEMENTATION ALONG AN ARTERIALS. Ilgin GulerKan Wu, S. Ilgin Guleriguler@engr.psu.edu
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18-00020Resurrecting the Lost Vehicle Trajectories of Treiterer and MyersBenjamin Coifman
Benjamin Coifman, Lizhe Li, Wen Xiao
coifman.1@osu.edu
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18-00597
INVESTIGATING TRANSFER FLOW BETWEEN URBAN NETWORKS BASED ON THE MACROSCOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DIAGRAM
Hwasoo Yeo
Sunghoon Kim, Sehyun Tak, Hwasoo Yeo
hwasoo@kaist.ac.kr
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18-03527Multi-thread Optimization for the Calibration of Microscopic Traffic Simulation ModelJoyoung Lee
Zenghao Hou, Joyoung Lee
jo.y.lee@njit.edu
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18-00029Perimeter Control as an Alternative to Dedicated Bus Lanes - A Case StudyChiabaut,Nicolas
Nicolas Chiabaut, Universite de Lyon (Corresponding Author) Michael Küng, ETH Zürich, IVT - Institute for Transport Planning and Systems Monica Menendez, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Ludovic Leclercq, IFSTTAR
nicolas.chiabaut@entpe.fr
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18-00818Model for Planning and Sizing Curbside Parking Lanes in Urban Networks
Kepaptsoglou,Konstantinos
Chrysanthi Gkini, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) Christina Iliopoulou, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) (Corresponding Author) Eleni Vlahogianni, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
kkepap@central.ntua.gr
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18-01047Introducing a re-sampling methodology for the estimation of empirical macroscopic fundamental diagramsAmbuehl,Lukas
Lukas Ambuehl, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Corresponding Author) Allister Loder, ETH Zurich Michiel Bliemer, University of Sydney Monica Menendez, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Kay Axhausen, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
lukas.ambuehl@ivt.baug.ethz.ch
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18-01172A simple example of two dimensional model for traffic: discussion about assumptions and numerical methods
Delle Monache,Maria Laura
Stéphane MOLLIER, CNRS, Gipsa-lab Maria Laura Delle Monache, INRIA (Corresponding Author) Carlos Canudas-de-Wit, CNRS, Gipsa-lab
ml.dellemonache@inria.fr
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18-01677An improved numerical method for simulation of Aw-Rascle Type Second-Order Continuum Traffic Flow ModelsMohammadian,Saeed
Saeed Mohammadian, Queensland University of Technology (Corresponding Author) Femke Van Wageningen-Kesse, Delft University of Technology
saeed.mohammadian@hdr.qut.edu.au
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18-02547
EXTENDED DESIRED SAFETY MARGIN CAR-FOLLOWING MODEL THAT CONSIDERS VARIATION OF HISTORICAL PERCEIVED RISK AND ACCEPTABLE RISK
Zhang,Junjie
Junjie Zhang, Beihang University (Corresponding Author) Yunpeng Wang, Beihang University Guangquan Lu, Beihang University
zhangjunjie55@163.com
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18-02577Real-time Estimation of Lane Change Risks based on the Analysis of Individual Vehicle InteractionsOh,Cheol
Hyunjin Park, Hanyang University Cheol Oh, Hanyang University (Corresponding Author) Jae-Pil Moon
cheolo@hanyang.ac.kr
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18-03961Traffic flow of merging pedestrian crowds: How architectural design affects collective movement efficiencyShahhoseini,Zahra
Zahra Shahhoseini, University of Melbourne (Corresponding Author) Majid Sarvi, University of Melbourne
zahra.shahhoseini@unimelb.edu.au
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18-04197Gap Acceptance Models for Right-Turn-On-Red at Urban IntersectionsLee,Chungwon
Dongmin Lee, University of Seoul Sooncheon Hwang, University of Seoul Sangjun Park, Chosun University Chungwon Lee, Seoul National University (Corresponding Author)
chungwon@snu.ac.kr
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18-04291Control of connected and autonomous vehicles with cut-in movement using spring mass damper systemAhn,Soyoung
Bang,Soohyuk Ahn,Soyoung
sue.ahn@wisc.edu
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18-05222Off-Ramp Coupling Conditions Devoid of Spurious Blocking and Re-RoutingSeibold,Benjamin
Najmeh Salehi, Temple University Julia Somers, Temple University Benjamin Seibold, Temple University (Corresponding Author)
seibold@temple.edu
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18-06081
Evaluating Recurring Traffic Congestion Using Change Point Regression and Random Variation Markov Structured Model
Kidando,Emmanuel
Emmanuel Kidando, Florida State University (Corresponding Author) Ren Moses, Florida A&M University - Florida State University Thobias Sando, University of North Florida Eren Ozguven, Florida A&M University - Florida State University
ek15f@my.fsu.edu
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18-06577
APPLICATION OF A DISCONTINUOUS FORM OF MACROSCOPIC GAZIS-HERMAN-ROTHERY MODEL TO STEADY STATE FREEWAY TRAFFIC STREAM OBSERVATIONS
Ahmed,Ishtiak
Ishtiak Ahmed, Institute for Transportation Research and Education (Corresponding Author) Billy Williams, North Carolina State University Mohamad Shoaib Samandar, North Carolina State University
ahmed2@ncsu.edu
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18-03622Traffic Shockwave Detection in a Connected Environment using the Speed Distribution of Individual VehiclesMahmassani,Hani
Amr Elfar, Northwestern University Connie Xavier Alireza Talebpour, Texas A&M University Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University (Corresponding Author)
masmah@northwestern.edu
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18-00416SOME INDICATIONS ON HOW TO CALIBRATE THE SOCIAL FORCE MODEL OF PEDESTRIAN DYNAMICSKretz,Tobias
Tobias Kretz, PTV Group (Corresponding Author) Jochen Lohmiller, PTV Group Peter Sukennik, PTV Group
Tobias.Kretz@ptvgroup.com
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18-02590
A NEW CONTROL STRATEGY INTEGRATED INTO THE DESIRED SAFETY MARGIN CAR-FOLLOWING MODEL CONSIDERING THE DISTURBANCE LEVEL
Zhang,Junjie
Junjie Zhang, Beihang University (Corresponding Author)
zhangjunjie55@163.com
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18-06130A PLATOONING STRATEGY FOR AUTOMATED VEHICLES IN THE PRESENCE OF SPEED LIMIT FLUCTUATIONSTalebpour,Alireza
Sina Arefizadeh, Texas A&M University Alireza Talebpour, Texas A&M University (Corresponding Author)
atalebpour@tamu.edu
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18-05037Modeling Driver Merging Behavior: A Repeated Game Theoretical ApproachRakha,Hesham
Kyungwon Kang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Corresponding Author)
hrakha@vtti.vt.edu
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18-05319
MODELING AND EVALUATING TRAFFIC FLOW AT SAG CURVES WHEN IMPOSING VARIABLE SPEED LIMITS ON CONNECTED VEHICLES
vatani nezafat,reza
reza vatani nezafat, Old Dominion University (Corresponding Author) EHSAN BEHESHTITABAR, Old Dominion University Mecit Cetin, Old Dominion University George List, North Carolina State University Elizabeth Williams, North Carolina State University
rvata001@odu.edu
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18-01024A MACROSCOPIC MULTI-LANE TRAFFIC FLOW MODEL FOR ACC/CACC TRAFFIC DYNAMICSNikolos,Ioannis
Anargiros I. Delis, Technical University of Crete Ioannis Nikolos, Technical University of Crete (Corresponding Author) Markos Papageorgiou, Technical University of Crete
jnikolo@dpem.tuc.gr
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