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Central Puget Sound freeway network usage and performance

John M. Ishimaru

Central Puget Sound freeway network usage and performance

by John M. Ishimaru

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Olympia, Wash.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traffic flow -- Washington (State) -- Measurement

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John M. Ishimaru, Mark E. Hallenbeck.
    ContributionsHallenbeck, Mark E., Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., Washington State Transportation Commission., Washington State Transportation Center., United States. Federal Highway Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 76 p.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17591317M
    OCLC/WorldCa42333533

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Central Puget Sound freeway network usage and performance by John M. Ishimaru Download PDF EPUB FB2

This two-volume summary report presents an overview of the level of traveler usage (e.g., how many vehicles use the freeways) and travel performance (e.g., how fast they are traveling, where and how often congestion occurs) on the principal urban freeways in the central Puget Sound area.

Volume 1 focuses on descriptive snapshots of freeway usage and performance, while. This summary report presents an overview of the level of traveler usage (e.g., how many vehicles use the freeways) and travel performance (e.g., how fast they are traveling, where and how often congestion occurs) on the principal urban freeways in the central Puget Sound area for @article{osti_, title = {Central Puget Sound freeway network usage and performance.

Research report}, author = {Ishimaru, J M and Hallenbeck, M E}, abstractNote = {The summary report presents an overview of the level of traveler usage (e.g., how many vehicles use the freeways) and travel performance (e.g., how fast they are traveling, where and how often congestion occurs) on the.

central business district and Northgate, and on I between Seattle and the east side of Mercer Island. Vehicle Volume The estimated total number of vehicles passing a particular freeway location over a given time period (daily, peak period, or peak hour). In the central Puget Sound area, electronic sensors.

About Puget Sound Freeway and HOV Performance Statistics. This website describes the performance of the Puget Sound region's freeways, with additional attention paid to the region’s high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane system.

Data from before are from a period when HOV lanes had restricted access 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In many ways, the Bay Area Freeway Service Patrol Evaluation (Skabardonis et al., ) s et the standard fo r comprehensive evaluations of incident management systems since it was a true before-and.

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This is an excellent historical embellished a bit but true-much of it first-hand account of Tacoma and south Puget Sound/5(16). Central Puget Sound. Colors indicate classification status: Green = Approved. Yellow = Conditionally Approved. Red = Prohibited. Grey = Unclassified.

Hover over a growing area to see the name of the area. Click on the area to open the annual report. return to main map. HOV lane person volumes were estimated at ten sites on the major freeway corridors (I-5, I, SRI, SR ) in the central Puget Sound area.

The sites selected are representative of the person volumes carried by the HOV lanes on specific sections of the various HOV corridors. The data are presented for the following locations: I Ishimaru JM et al () Central Puget Sound freeway network usage and performance, update, vol 1. Report WA-RD Washington State Transportation Center Seattle, WA Author: Robert L.

Gordon. Freeway Performance: Average Congestion (by time and location): General Purpose Lanes (draft 8 November ) How and Where Average Congestion Was Measured.

To better understand how traffic conditions change as vehicles travel along the freeway network, the average or “routine” freeway travel conditions a motorist could expect to see on. The Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority’s Financial Planrepresents Sound Transit’s long-range strategic plan updated annually to verify and confirm the sufficiency of funding available to construct, operate and maintain transit programs approved by voters in (Sound.

HOV lane vehicle volumes were estimated at eight sites [the list below is accurate for the graphs from the FLOW report but not for the graphs from the HOV report; make sure correct set of graphs matches with list] on the major freeway corridors (I-5, I, SRI, SR ) in the central Puget Sound area.

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For each of 22 trips (11 routes, with facility performance shown in both directions), data were used to estimate three measures.Transportation is a long-range plan for the four-county (King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish) central Puget Sound region, formulated by the Puget Sound Regional Council.

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