Improving the Organization of Traffic in the Framework of the Development of Integrated Schemes for the Organization of Traffic for Small Cities (by the Example of Isilkul)
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- small cities, complex traffic management scheme, conflict loading, traffic intensity, traffic delays
The increase in the level of motorization in the country leads to an increase in the intensity of traffic on the main highways of settlements. At the intersections of the road network, there are unacceptable, in terms of safety, conflicts of traffic and pedestrian flows. Therefore, the development of integrated traffic management schemes for small cities is an urgent task today. The article presents the features of the organization of traffic, which must be taken into account when developing complex schemes of traffic management for small cities. Reducing the total conflict load at the intersections of the road network is considered as one of the activities aimed at improving road safety. The results of studies aimed at determining the number of conflict points, as well as the results of theoretical studies confirming the validity of the proposed measures are reflected. The results of modeling of possible transport delays are presented both in the current traffic management and in the implementation of the proposed measures.
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TY - CONF AU - I.A. Teterina AU - E.V. Parsaev AU - A. O. Kolesnikov AU - S.V. Glushkov PY - 2019/11 DA - 2019/11 TI - Improving the Organization of Traffic in the Framework of the Development of Integrated Schemes for the Organization of Traffic for Small Cities (by the Example of Isilkul) BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Aviamechanical Engineering and Transport (AviaENT 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 339 EP - 343 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aviaent-19.2019.63 DO - 10.2991/aviaent-19.2019.63 ID - Teterina2019/11 ER -