Multimodal Complex Road Network and Its Traffic Organization using GIS

Kumaar, K. Santhosh and Muralimohan, N. and Paranthaman, M. and Tamilselvan, V. and Udhayaprakash, M. and Kumar, K. Arun (2022) Multimodal Complex Road Network and Its Traffic Organization using GIS. In: Technological Innovation in Engineering Research Vol. 2. B P International, pp. 97-110. ISBN 978-93-5547-686-9

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Traffic engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the planning, geometric design, and networks of these elements, as well as their connections to other forms of transportation, in order to enable safe and convenient movement of people and commodities. The safe and efficient movement of people and products is determined by traffic flow, whichis in turn determined by traffic characteristics. The current road infrastructure will not be able to meet future needs without adequate planning and traffic management. The present traffic studies are being carried out in Salem. Several blackspots have been detected with data and mapped using GIS, according to MORTH (Ministry Of Road Transport and Highway). Because it is a popular tool for the display and hotspot analysis of accident data. GIS technology is widely employed in transportation. Existing road networks must be optimised, and road safety measures must been enhanced, and GIS can be a significant tool in reducing the risk of road accidents. Users using GIS mapping may be able to avoid unwanted traffic and accidents. The study makes a significant contribution to a clear picture of traffic volume at key intersections and its importance.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Eprints AP open Archive > Engineering
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Date Deposited: 14 Oct 2023 05:31
Last Modified: 14 Oct 2023 05:31

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