A Method for Reviewing and Assessing PASSER II and TRANSYT-7F Signal Timing Optimization Outputs

by Donald J. Avery, Jr., Univ of Florida Transportation, Research Cent, Gainesville, United States,
Kenneth G. Courage, Univ of Florida Transportation, Research Cent, Gainesville, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Microcomputers in Transportation

Abstract: The development of traffic signal timing plans is a common task. Some of the traffic software programs are the Arterial analysis package (AAP), the Progression Analysis and Signal System Routine (PASSER-II) and the Traffic Network Study Tool Version 7F (TRANSYT-7F). This paper presents a computerized tool for the design and review of signal timing plans produced by PASSER-II and TRANSYT-7F through the AAP. The program is called the Signal Timing Optimization Review Method (STORM).

Subject Headings: Traffic signals | Traffic analysis | Computer aided design | Computer analysis | Optimization models | Network analysis | System analysis

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