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Title: Modelling Entry Capacity Reduction Factor of Roundabouts under the Influence of Pedestrians in Developing Countries
Authors: Patnaik, Ashish Kumar
Sahani, Rima
Sahoo, Kalpana
Bhuyan, Prasanta Kumar
Keywords: Roundabout
Circulating Flow
Pedestrian Flow
Multivariate Regression
Entry Capacity Reduction Factor
Issue Date: Dec-2016
Citation: International Conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries(12th TPMDC), IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India, 19-21 December 2016
Abstract: Objective of this study is to develop an entry capacity reduction factor model of roundabout under the influence of circulating flow, pedestrian flow and diameter of Central Island. Multivariate regression analysis is carried out with R-Square value observed to be 0.946 and 0.965 in the development and validation of this model. Capacity reduction factor increased by (15%, 30% & 35%), (10%, 15% & 20%) and (25%, 35% & 45%) respectively with increase in circulating flow, pedestrian flow and diameter of Central Island by (50, 100 & 150) PCU/h, (50, 100 & 150) Ped/h and (10, 20 & 30) m respectively.
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