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Woldeab, Z. (author), Vreeswijk, J. (author), Bie, J. (author)
Ramp meters successfully decrease congestion but leave a burden on the traffic situation at on-ramps. Chaotic queuing leads to many stop-and-go movements and causes inefficiency where fuel consumption is concerned. As part of the eCoMove project, complementary strategies are being designed and evaluated to reduce fuel consumption at metered on...
conference paper 2013
de Coensel, B. (author), Vanhove, F. (author), Logghe, S. (author), Wilmink, I. (author), Botteldooren, D. (author), TNO Bouw (author)
One of the goals of the European IMAGINE project, is to formulate strategies to improve traffic modelling for application in noise mapping. It is well known that the specific deceleration and acceleration dynamics of traffic at junctions can influence local noise emission. However, macroscopic traffic models do not always model intersections,...
conference paper 2006
Hogema, J.H. (author)
Microscopic traffic simulation constitutes a useful method for predicting the effects of new transport telematic systems in road traffic. In such a model, the driver model is a key element describing the dynamic individual driving behavior in relation to the vehicle, the road environment, and other traffic participants. The driver model...
article 1999