MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 181, 2018The 1st International Symposium on Transportation Studies for Developing Countries (ISTSDC 2017)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Traffic Engineering and Management|
|Published online||30 July 2018|
Traffic congestion analysis using travel time ratio and degree of saturation on road sections in Palembang, Bandung, Yogyakarta, and Surakarta
Maranatha Christian University, Depart. of Civil Engineering, Bandung, Indonesia
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Traffic performance have been measured based on degree of saturation, velocity, travel time, and delays. However, they weren’t enough to measure the traffic fluctuation that happen on normal days. This study aims to develop some modified analysis about traffic congestion based on the degree of saturation (DS) and travel time ratio (TTR). The travel time ratio is defined as a ratio between the travel time at peak hour and the travel time at off-peak hour in a certain road section. Traffic congestion conditions are classified into 4 categories: Peak-hour Congestion, Lengthy Congestion, Momentary Congestion, and Smooth Traffic. Based on survey results on road sections in Palembang, Bandung, Yogyakarta, and Surakarta, it can be concluded that peak-hour congestion occurs when TTR > 1,40 and DS > 0,75, lengthy congestion occurs when TTR < 1,40 and DS > 0,75, momentary congestion occurs when TTR > 1,40 and DS < 0,75, and smooth traffic when TTR < 1,40 and DS < 0,75.
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