The primary objective of this study is to acquire an understanding of the current state-of-the-art of traffic signal control strategies at urban street systems. Control of traffic signals is by far the most common type of control at heavily trafficked intersections in urban areas. Inefficient use of the transportation system results when traffic signals are set without the aim of optimizing them. The byproducts of such situations include greater fuel consumption, increased vehicle emissions, increased travel time, higher accident rate, and less reliable services.
Hajjiri, Samir A.; Stephanedes, Yorgos J..
Urban Congestion Reduction for Energy Conservation: Control Strategies for Urban Street Systems: A State of the Art: Final Report.
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