Research article of International Journal of Communications and Networks
Traffic Evaluation Model of the Opening Road in Residential area based on VISSIM simulation
Boying Lv1*, Guozhi Li1, Tianlong Wang2, Yishuai Tian1
1College of Hydraulic & Environmental Engineering, China Three Gorges University, Yichang 443002, China. 2College of Civil Engineering & Architecture, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, 443002, China.
With the increasing urban road traffic pressure in closed residential areas, the problem of road patency in residential areas has become a hot topic. This paper established a traffic evaluation Model of the opening community based on VISSIM simulation. We constructed different types of residential areas, and compared the impact on traffic after opening different kinds of areas. With the analytic hierarchy process, we selected ten important indicators from three aspects. Then, the parameters of the road structure were put in the VISSIM simulation, and quantitatively analyze the impact of various types of residential areas opening. The results showed that changing the traffic rules at the intersection of the community has the greatest improvement in traffic capacity, reaching 89%. The influence of increasing the internal road and changing the external road structure of the city is more visible, reaching about 60%. The overall opening-up policy should be suitable for different localities.
Keywords: Community opening; VISSIM; Traffic network; AHP
How to cite this article:
Boying Lv, Guozhi Li, Tianlong Wa-ng, Yishuai Tian. Traffic Evaluation Model of the Opening Road in Residential area based on VISSIM simulation. International Journal of Communications and Networks, 2020; 3:9. DOI: 10.28933/ijcn-2020-05-1205
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