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Page 21 Share Suggested Citation: Active Traffic Management for Arterials. The National Academies Press. Each group of measures has a particular tactical objective: This is achieved by maximizing productivity capacity while minimizing cost delay, stops. To achieve this goal, the operator of an arterial street must employ the following tactics: Each tactic in turn consists of a combination of specific ATM measures designed to achieve the objective of that tac- tic see Figure 1.
For example, the objective of ATM measures grouped within the Monitoring Tactical Group is to obtain actionable real-time information on arterial performance. This objec- tive may be achieved by several means, such as using CCTV cameras and vehicle detectors or by Review of literature atm travel speed data from a commercial vendor of real-time traffic data.
The objective of ATM measures within the Speed and Signal Control Tactical Group is to adapt signal timing and speed limits if appropriate to maximize production capacity and minimize cost delay and stops. Measures to achieve this object include dynamic signal control traffic actuated, traffic responsive, and traffic adaptive and dynamic speed limits.
Signal timing affects the capacity of a street by changing the allocation of green time between users of the street through movements, transit, pedestrians, and turn movements.
It can also affect the speed of travel on the facility through signal coordination. The objective of ATM measures within the Geometric Configuration Tactical Group is to dynamically adjust lane use on the arterial to better match demand, thereby increasing the capacity of the street.
This can include changing the number of lanes designated for turns, changing the vehicle types allowed to use a lane, or even changing the direction of flow for certain lanes.
Practicalities limit the ability to dynamically open and close parking lanes on a street drivers must be warned when first parking their vehicle of when they must leave. Dynamic turn restrictions are included in this tactical approach. In this synthesis, demand manage- ment primarily is traveler information services and guidance.
The travel information is provided in the hope that a better- informed traveling public will shift to less-congested facilities and thereby better balance demand with available capacity. A more proactive form of demand management is to provide actual dynamic route and mode of travel guidance, making travelers aware of additional routing and modal options.
Congestion pricing, although a more direct demand modifica- tion measure, will not be covered here owing to limited U. Spectrum of ATM Strategies on Arterials The objectives of ATM can be achieved to differing degrees using wide ranges of automation and responsiveness to vary- ing conditions.
The result is a continuum of ATM that may 8 employ exclusively human management with response times measured in hours and days, or the ATM implementation may be fully automated with split-second responses to changing conditions in the field see Figure 2.
Conventional practice with mostly human control and response times on the order of weeks and days is an ATM strategy if the arterial is being regularly monitored and the controls fine-tuned in response to changing conditions.
Advanced practice substitutes greater computerized control of the facility, which enables more rapid response to changing conditions. The full-spectrum strategy is still ATM, as long as there is regular monitoring of the facility and controls are regularly updated in response to changing conditions.
Conventional practice and advanced practice overlap. Although both focus primarily on freeway applications of ATM with some discussion of urban street applications, they are of interest to this synthesis for their definitions of ATM and in their conclusions that are relevant to ATM on arterials practice.
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