Simulating the Operation of Buses on Buswaysby David B. McBrayer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, New York City, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Microcomputers in Transportation
Abstract: Simulation of individual vehicles interacting within a traffic facility offers traffic operations data of detail and form uniquely suited to evaluate untried concepts or confirm yet-to-be built designs. Advancing computing technology supports the increased use of simulation. In the Karachi mass transit study (KMTS), the World Bank asked for a study of alternatives to a recommended transitway form, a busway designed for conversion to light rail. The alternatives evaluated were an elevated light rail route, and a 'Brazil-type' busway with signalized intersections.
Subject Headings: Buses | Traffic models | Light rail transit | Traffic signals | Intersections | Computer software
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