Application of Control Theory to Regulate Traffic Flow on Periurban Ringways

by Neila Bhouri, INRETS, Arcueil, France,
Markos Papageorgiou, INRETS, Arcueil, France,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering

Abstract: Two on-ramp metering strategies are compared by a simulation study for the Boulevard Peripherique in Paris. The first one is a local strategy, based on linear feedback control theory. The second is a global strategy based on optimal control theory.

Subject Headings: Traffic flow | Regulated flow | Flow control | Traffic congestion | Traffic models | Linear functions | Control systems | Highways and roads | Probability | Comparative studies | Computer models | Paris | France | Europe

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