A mixed integer programming model for real-time urban traffic control of a complex single junction
Type de document
COMMUNICATION AVEC ACTES INTERNATIONAL (ACTI)
Résumé / Abstract
This paper presents a mixed integer programming model (MIP) for real-time traffic control at an intersection. The increasing in number of vehicles in towns forced the local authorities to deal with the safety and fluidity problems near the junctions. For this reason, adaptive systems for urban traffic control have been developed. This paper proposes a new approach for the real-time urban traffic control which allows all regulation variables to be incorporated in the MIP model. This strategy relies on a MIP model expressing the problem as a whole and allowing simultaneous computation of all control parameters, thus guaranteeing optimal solution for the problem. This approach has not been used before to solve the real-time urban traffic control of an intersection.