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Traffic flow model at fixed control signals with discrete service time distribution

Lucky I. Igbinosun ; Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria
Sunday E. Omosigho ; Department of Mathematics, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria

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str. 19-32

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Most of the models of road traffic flow at fixed-cycle controlled intersection assume stationary distributions and provide steady state results. The assumption that a constant number of vehicles can leave the system during the green phase is unrealistic in real life situations. A discrete time queuing model was developed to describe the operation of traffic flow at a road intersection with fixed-cycle signalized control and to account for the randomness in the number of vehicles that can leave the system. The results show the expected queue size in the system when the traffic is light and for a busy period, respectively. For the light period, when the traffic intensity is less than one, it takes a shorter green cycle time for vehicles to clear up than during high traffic intensity (the road junction is saturated). Increasing the number of cars that can leave the junction at the turn of the green phase reduces the number of cycle times before the queue is cleared.

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vehicle queue size, fixed cycle, road traffic intersection

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