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Vehicles traveling along interrupted flow facilities often exhibit travel times with bimodal distributions. The characteristics of these distributions have been studied extensively in the literature, yet the effect of signal control on bimodality have received little attention. Most researchers theorize that the slower group experiences signal delay while the faster group does not. We investigate the effect of signal control on bimodal distributions, specifically the difference between averagedoi:10.31224/osf.io/evjp7 fatcat:kkvt7jxzkbeqzb6ufbzbc5vnyy