Traffic Signals and At-Grade LRTby Kevin Fehon, R.J. Nairn and Partners, Braddon,
Abstract: Light rail systems are making a comeback in American cities. This often generates local concerns about traffic congestion. This paper discusses the application of computer technology to analysis, design and operations in some Californian cities, to minimize the impact of at-grade LRT operation on street traffic.
Subject Headings: Traffic signals | Traffic analysis | Light rail transit | Light (artificial) | Urban areas | Traffic congestion | Computer analysis
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