DOI

10.5703/1288284313197

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.

Report Number

FHWA/IN/JHRP-96/07

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