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Document type:
Buchbeitrag 
Author(s):
Jakob, G. 
Title:
Impact of Different Lengths of Urban Road Segments on Speed-Volume Relationship 
Pages contribution:
S. 169-180 
Abstract:
The adequate length of a lane is a basic condition for a lane to realize its full capacity. Thus, this paper focuses on the investigation of the impact of different lengths of urban road segments on the speed-volume relationship by means of a simulative approach. The impact of both reductions and extensions of an urban road segment with respect to statistically significant changes in speed values under undersaturated and saturated traffic conditions will be presented. 
Keywords:
speed-volume relationship, length of urban road segments, microscopic simulation 
Editor:
Macioszek, E.; Sierpiński, G. 
Book title:
Contemporary Challenges of Transport Systems and Traffic Engineering 
Publisher:
Springer International Publishing Switzerland 
Year:
2017 
Print-ISBN:
978-3-319-43984-6 
Reviewed:
ja 
Language:
en 
Notes:
13th Scientific and Technical Conference "Transport Systems. Theory and Practice 2016" Katowice, Poland, September 19-21, 2016 
TUM Institution:
Lehrstuhl für Verkehrstechnik 
Format:
Text