• OpenAccess
  • Green-Wave Traffic Theory Optimization and Analysis  [CCES 2014]
  • DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2014.23B003   PP.14 - 19
  • Author(s)
  • Xiaoping Wu, Shuai Deng, Xiaohong Du, Jing Ma
  • 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.

  • Green-Wave Traffic, Two-Phase Signal Control, Road Safety, Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction, Intersection
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