Forecasting traffic on trunk roads a report on the regional highway traffic model project by Great Britain. Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment.

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  • Express highways -- Great Britain.,
  • Highway planning -- Great Britain.,
  • Traffic estimation -- Great Britain.

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Statementthe Standing Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment.
ContributionsLeitch, George, Sir, 1915-, Great Britain. Dept. of Transport.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE363.G72 G64 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 81 p. :
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL3904603M
LC Control Number81467186

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A The Department's Current Procedures for Traffic Forecasting Introduction The Overall Framework The Current Planning Process for Trunk Roads Traffic Forecasting. Traffic forecasting is Forecasting traffic on trunk roads book production of future traffic volumes and loads on a specific roadway segment.

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Preface Chapter 1 From Establishment of Master Plan to Toll Road Management Traffic Volume Forecasting for Toll Roads Toll Road Evaluation Sequence of Procedures from Initial Project Decision From Establishment of Master Plan to Toll Road Management 2.

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The Handbook supplements this procedure by providing directions for producing the design traffic parameters, AADT, Standard K, D, and T. k Page 5 of 6. Although there is a demand locally for guidance in traffic growth prediction, there is no uniformity of approach by roading authorities and a lack of knowledge of how well the current methods work.

Design year traffic forecasts are required for most Department highway and bridge projects. Specific methods of traffic forecasting are outside the scope of this Appendix.

In many cases simplified forecasts methods may be appropriate. Refer to Chapter 5 of the Highway Design Manual (HDM) for guidance.

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TRAFFIC FORECASTING — The process used to estimate traffic conditions used for determining the geometric design of a roadway and/or intersection and the number of KIP (kN) ESALs that pavement will be subjected to over the design life.

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