Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
In recognition of the need for an effective yet inexpensive way of estimating arterial travel times, MnDOT has sponsored a research project to develop a travel time estimation model using loop detector data. This project is being jointly conducted by researchers from the University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota, and will be carried out in two phases. Phase I involves a literature review, traffic data collection and development of a travel time database, and Phase II covers model development, calibration and evaluation. This report summarizes the findings of Phase I.
Zhang, Michael; Wu, Tong Qiang; Kwon, Eil; Sommers, Kevin; Habib, Ahsan.
Arterial Link Travel Time Estimation Using Loop Detector Data - Phase I.
Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota.
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