The Integrated Traffic Data System

by Ajay K. Rathi, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, United States,
Alberto J. Santiago, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, United States,
Dwight E. Valentine, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Microcomputer Applications in Transportation III

Abstract: Integrated Traffic Data System (ITDS) is a microcomputer-based system designed to allow traffic engineers to store, maintain and update traffic network information in a centralized data base. This data base can then be used to create input data files for some of the widely used traffic simulation and network signal timing optimization models. This paper describes the evolution of ITDS, the current status of the system, and the development activity currently underway.

Subject Headings: Traffic signals | Data processing | Traffic surveys | Transportation networks | Databases | Traffic models | Integrated systems

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