Every report that is published by ITS Edulab since its foundation in 2006 is published on this website. The growing knowledge bank is a showcase of what ITS Edulab and its students stand for.
New students will get a better idea of the challenges in their preferred area of traffic related sciences. But first of all, the papers help road authorities and other professionals in their work to provide us with a better and safer road network.
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Bad traffic conditions can be improved by regulating traffic demand and network capacity. Dynamic Traffic Management (DTM) systems allocate temporal… Read More
The thesis deals with the separation of freeway traffic using dynamic lane assignment. Different user groups or vehicle types can… Read More
The current state-of-the-practice in the Dutch operational road traffic management is mostly based on experience: the traffic manager judges the… Read More
In this thesis an investigation is performed into the effects of different speed limits on capacity. Much is known about… Read More
Recently it has been proposed that the performance of a complete network can be represented graphically using only aggregated data… Read More
At the end of 2007 a new route guidance application for individual road travellers became available: a dynamic route guidance… Read More
The study has been conducted in order to develop a method to determine in which situations unbundling (i.e. the separation… Read More
Traffic management measures are implemented successfully in practice like in the Field Operational Test 'Praktijkproef Amsterdam'. The situation on freeways… Read More
This report is the result of research on the relation between incident management (IM) and its effects on traffic flow and… Read More