WJET  Vol.2 No.3 B , September 2014
Green-Wave Traffic Theory Optimization and Analysis
Abstract: This paper analyzed the applicable conditions of the Green-Wave traffic theory, used two-phase signal control concept to optimize the Green-Wave traffic theory, put forward specific program for cross intersections and T-intersections. The analysis concluded that the optimized Green-Wave traffic theory is favorable to improve road safety and reduce vehicle fuel consumption and reduce vehicle emissions and other aspects.
Cite this paper: Wu, X. , Deng, S. , Du, X. and Ma, J. (2014) Green-Wave Traffic Theory Optimization and Analysis. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2, 14-19. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2014.23B003.

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