10 One-Way Progression Things to know for one-way progression offsets Desired platoon speedLength of queue at coordinated approachesBlock lengthWhat does this list not consider, based on the list of factors lessening benefits?
11 One-Way Progression How do you construct a time-space diagram? Vertical scaleHorizontal scaleStart first intersection on main street green with t = 0Next intersection main street green starts at offset relative to downstream start of______________Repeat for each intersectionNote: You can specify offsets relative to one (master) intersection and it is expressed in terms relative to the master intersection
13 Effect of Queued Vehicles How do you determine the offset with queuing?Q number of vehicles queued per lane (veh/lane)h discharge headway of queued vehicle (sec/veh)Loss1 loss time associated with vehicles starting from rest at the first downstream signal (sec)
14 Different Types of Progression What are the different types of progression?SimpleForwardFlexibleReverseSimultaneous
15 Two-Way Progression Progression in one direction suffers Segment offsets tSB+tNB = nCMaximizing bandwidthPopularLimitedC
16 Two-Way Progression (Cont.) Simultaneous progressionClosely spaced intersectionsQueue managementAlternate progressionUniform block length50:50 splitN the number of blocks with simultaneous greenHow do you determine N?
17 5th Signal4th Signal3rd SignalDistance (ft)2nd Signal1st SignalWorking LineTime (sec)1000 ft intersection spacing2 lanes in each directionsC = 60 sec w/ 50:50 splitWhat is the progression speed?What is the nonstop volume?
18 Two-Way Progression (cont.) What about arterials with non-uniform intersection spacing?