DOI

10.5703/1288284313197

Report Number

FHWA/IN/JHRP-96/07

Abstract

This research provides a study on work zone impact analysis. In case of multiple road closures, the network approach is used to find an effective scheduling such that the total user delay is reduced. A dynamic model for analyzing the work zone impact during the period when network is in transition state is also developed. A salient feature of the dynamic model is drives’ perception updating model, which incorporates availability and the quality of information as perceived by drivers.

Keywords

management, work zones, traffic network impact, dynamic analysis, HPR-2111

SPR Number

2111

Project Number

C-36-67NN

File Number

9-10-40

Performing Organization

Joint Highway Research Project

Publisher Place

West Lafayette, IN

Date of this Version

1996