• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1230

Innovations in Arterial and Network Traffic Signal Optimization

Monday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster | Practice Ready Paper
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Traffic Signal Systems (AHB25)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Empirical Models for Estimating the Dispersion Parameter of Robertson’s Platoon Dispersion Model
Bhaskar Paul, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Bhargab Maitra, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Sudeshna Mitra, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
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19-01686
Offset Optimization Between Signalized Intersections Taking into Account the Delay and Emission of Platoon: A Case Study in Beijing
Shenzhen Ding, Beijing Jiaotong University
Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University
Lei Yu, Texas Southern University
Xu Wang, China Railway Siyuan Survey and Design Group CO., LTD
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19-04435
Implementation of Platoon-Based Actuated Signal Control to Coordinated Intersections: A Case Study at Two Arterial Corridors in Greater Houston
Xing Wu, Lamar University
Hao Yang, Toyota Info Technology Center
Bipul Mainali, Lamar University
Pratik Pokharel, Lamar University
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19-05268**
Optimal Control of Isolated Oversaturated Intersections Revisited
Vinayak Bhosle, IIT Madras
Bhargava Rama Chilukuri, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
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19-01563
A Peer-to-Peer Logic Environment to Validate Flashing Yellow Arrow Decision Support System
Hatem Abou-Senna, University of Central Florida
Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida
Hesham Eldeeb, University of Central Florida
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19-01634
State of Adaptive Signal Systems in the United States
Katherine Brunk, Clemson University
Sakib Khan, Clemson University
Mashrur Chowdhury, Clemson University
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19-03715
Integrated Assignment and Signal Coordination for Improved Traffic Network Operations
Yuanchang Xie, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Nathan H. Gartner, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Tugba Arsava, Wentworth Institute of Technology
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19-05860
Monte Carlo Tree Search Solution for Intersection Signal Optimization: MCTS-IO
HongSheng QI, Zhejiang University
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19-02594
Stop-Bar and Advance Detection Design for Left Turn Operation
Enas AMIN, University of Idaho
Paul Olson, P.R.Olson Associates Ltd.
Ali Hajbabaie, Washington State University
Michael Lowry, University of Idaho
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19-03560
A Two-Way Arterial Signal Coordination Model Considering Side-Street Turning Traffic
Wei Huang, Hong Kong University
Can Chen, Tongji University
Xueqi Che, Tongji University
Keping Li, Tongji University
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19-01771
An Experimental Study on Max-Pressure Traffic Controller Based on Travel Times
Pedro Mercader, T-SMART Lab, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Wasim Uwayid, T-SMART Lab, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Jack Haddad, No Organization
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19-02944
Area-Wide Urban Traffic Optimal Splits Control Under NEMA Standards with Model Predictive Control
Qichao Wang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Montasir Abbas, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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19-03165
Real-Time Dynamic Traffic Control Based on Traffic State Estimation
Afzal Ahmed, NED University of Engineering and Technology
Syed Ahsan Ali Naqvi, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
David Watling
Dong Ngoduy, University of Canterbury
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19-00148
Impact of Phase Sequence on Cycle Length Resonance
Christopher Day, Iowa State University
A M Tahsin Emtenan, Iowa State University
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19-01845**
A Decentralized Network Level Adaptive Signal Control Algorithm by Deep Reinforcement Learning
Yaobang Gong, University of Central Florida
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
Qing Cai, University of Central Florida
Md. Sharikur Rahman, University of Central Florida
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19-03479
Queue-Based Guidance for Signalization Consideration at Two- and Three-Legged Intersections
Shannon Warchol, North Carolina State University
Nagui Rouphail, North Carolina State University
Christopher Vaughan, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Brendan Kearns, North Carolina State University
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19-03463**
Impacts of Changing from Permissive/Protected Left Turn to Protected Only Phasing: A Case Study in the City of Tucson, Arizona
Xiaofeng Li, University of Arizona
Alexander Weber, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Adrian Cottam, University of Arizona
Yao-Jan Wu, University of Arizona
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19-03856
Estimating Peak-Hour Traffic Profiles for the Selection of Appropriate Day-of-Year Signal Timing Plans
Nikola Mitrovic, Florida Atlantic University
Aleksandar Stevanovic, Florida Atlantic University
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19-04909
Concurrent Progression of Through and Turning Movements for Arterials Experiencing Heavy Turning Flows and Bay-Length Constraints
Yen-Hsiang Chen, University of Maryland, College Park
Yao Cheng, University of Maryland, College Park
Gang-Len Chang, University of Maryland, College Park
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19-05184**
An Adaptive Signal Control Method Using Cell Transmission Model and Mixed Integer Linear Programming
Hao Liu, University of Texas, Austin
Amber Chen, University of Texas
Randy Machemehl, University of Texas, Austin
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19-05850