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Title: The Influence of the Participation of Non-Resident Drivers on Roundabout Capacity
Authors: Stanimirović, Dragan
Bogdanović, Vuk
Davidović, Slavko
Zavadskas, Edmundas Kazimieras
Stević, Zeljko
Keywords: roundabout capacity
critical headway
follow-up headway
resident drivers
non-resident drivers
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Stanimirović, D.; Bogdanović, V.; Davidović, S.; Zavadskas, E.K.; Stević, Ž. The Influence of the Participation of Non-Resident Drivers on Roundabout Capacity. Sustainability 2019, 11, 3896.
Series/Report no.: 11;14
Abstract: Procedures for the calculation of capacity of all types of unsignalized intersections, therefore roundabouts as well, represents a combination of the empirical model (exponential regression) and the likelihood of accepting time gaps in the priority flow by drivers who perform a minor manoeuvre. The values of the critical headway, as the minimum necessary time gap for performing the wanted minor manoeuvre, and the follow-up headway, have been given as the recommendations in the existing methodologies for capacity calculation, depending on the type of the manoeuvre. In traffic flow theory it has been known that drivers’ behaviour influences the capacity of roads and intersections, and the assessment of that influence is done through the adoption or correction of the values of certain parameters. At unsignalized intersections the influence of drivers’ behaviour is reflected through the values of critical headway and follow-up headway. The acceptance of the value of time gaps, i.e., the value of the critical headway and follow-up headway, depends on drivers’ knowledge of local conditions. This paper presents the parameter values of critical headway and follow-up headway for resident and non-resident drivers based on the analysis and statistical processing of research results. The research was conducted at four roundabouts in four towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the total number of vehicles covered by the research is 31,053. In that way, it has been confirmed that the capacity of roundabouts depends on the behaviour of the alleged groups of drivers, i.e., with the increase of the level of participation of non-resident drivers in traffic flow, the roundabout capacity decreases. The model for determining the influence of non-resident drivers on the roundabout capacity was created by using multiple linear regression. If the proposed model in the procedures of traffic planning is applied, the influence of roundabouts on the level of service, sustainability, and the emission of Green House Gases (GHG) can be realistically assessed and perceived in accordance with the expected participation of resident and non-resident drivers.
Description: This article belongs to the Special Issue Sustainable Mobility: Social, Technological and Environmental Issues
ISSN: 2071-1050
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