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Analysis of Unsignalized Intersection
International Journal of Constructive Research in Civil Engineering
Signal timing is the technique which traffic engineers use to determine who has the right-of-way at an intersection. Signal timing involves deciding how much green time the traffic lights shall provide at an intersection approach, how long the pedestrian walk signal should be, and many numerous other factors. Traffic volume studies are conducted to determine the number, movements, and classifications of roadway vehicles at a given location. These data can help identify critical flow timedoi:10.20431/2454-8693.0201004 fatcat:pwio3lekynd7hheotczfdziglu