Year: 2022

Optimisation of Signalised Pedestrian Facilities for Sharply Changing Demands. – Andrew Caleya Chetty – Starling Technologies

Drawing on experience from an on-going trials, this paper reviews what is available to traffic engineers to get the best from their pedestrian crossings under challenging and unpredictable levels of demand. It also considers metrics for pedestrians and the impact of optimisation on active travel. There is no written paper…
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Prioritising Active Travel through next generation data. – John Chapman & Eliza Moyse – & Alex Cliff – Norfolk County Council are a start-up based in Norwich (at the University of East Anglia/Norwich Research Park) deploying cutting-edge AI which uses existing CCTV infrastructure to provide local authorities and highways authorities meaningful, accurate, real-time data to measure the way that the transport network operates. As well as their 24/7 connected camera…
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Is my signal design reasonable? Using different model outputs to enhance scheme designs. – Adam Greenland & Lucy Beeston – TfL

Since 2016 TfL and London boroughs have, collectively, added 250km of new cycle routes. As we know, designing additional protected facilities for vulnerable users at signalised junctions is often difficult and complex as introducing additional conflicting phases reduces the capacity of junctions for other modes. Last year at JCT, TfL…
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