TRAF-NETSIM: HOW IT WORKS, WHAT IT DOES
operations - capacity, operations - traffic, infrastructure - bus/tram lane, infrastructure - traffic signals, ridership - commuting, policy - parking, mode - bus, mode - pedestrian
Turning traffic, Turning movements, Traffic signals, Traffic lights, Traffic control signals, Software, Pedestrians, Parking capacity, Parking, Motor coaches, Lane closure, Lane closing, Junctions (Traffic), Intersections, Highway traffic signals, Hardware (Computers), Electronic computers, Cross roads, Computers, Buses
The paper describes TRAF-NETSIM, a microscopic computer software program that simulates individual vehicular behavior in response to any or all such factors such as traffic volume, signal operations, turning movements, pedestrians, intersection configurations, bus operations, parking maneuvers, and lane closures due to construction. The paper discusses some of the situations TRAF-NETSIM can analyze. TRAF-NETSIM requires an IBM ST, AT, 386, or PS/2 computer (compatible) with 640 kilobytes of memory, a hard disk, a coprocessor and a monochrome or color monitor.
Wong, S-Y, (1990) TRAF-NETSIM: HOW IT WORKS, WHAT IT DOES, ITE Journal, Volume 60, Issue 4, p. 22-27.