Traffic signal control using queueing theory
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Traffic signal control has drawn considerable attention in the literatures thanks to its ability to improve the mobility of urban networks. Queueing models are capable of capturing performance or effectiveness of a queueing system. In this report, SOCPs (second order cone program) are proposed based on different queueing models as pre-timed signal control techniques to minimize total travel delay. Stochastic programs are developed in order to handle the uncertainties in the arrival rates. In addition, the superiority of the proposed model over Webster’s model has been validated in a microscopic traffic simulation software named CORSIM.