Simulation of traffic flow in unsignalization intersection using computer software SIDRA in Baghdad city

  • Mohammed A
  • Jony H
  • Shakir A
  • et al.
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© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2018. Computer simulation is a vital means for the examination of expressways and urban lanes and streets. Transportation experts concentrate on the arrangement and dissemination of traffic jams on roadways. The objective of this study is to calculate and analyses the travel time, delay time, degree of saturation, and level of service and travel speed in Jordan intersection in Baghdad, Iraq using Sidra software. The number of vehicles passing Jordan intersection was recorded by the author of this work from 7am to 3pm for four days. A simulation model has been used to assess the performance of the current intersection. Results demonstrated that the level of service (LOS) for Jordan intersection is D with (35 sec/veh) average delay and degree of saturation (0.996 v/c). It was concluded that Jordan intersection needs further developments like using intelligent transportation system application (ITS) to regulate traffic signals, whereby reducing traffic jam, using closed circuit TV (CCTV) might assist traffic office in identifying jam point to reduce traffic jam.

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Mohammed, A., Jony, H., Shakir, A., & Ambak, K. B. (2018). Simulation of traffic flow in unsignalization intersection using computer software SIDRA in Baghdad city. MATEC Web of Conferences, 162, 01035. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/201816201035

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