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Capacity of Advance Right-Turn Motorized Vehicles at Signalized Intersections for Mixed Traffic Conditions

Table 2

Definition of Parameters.

ParametersDefinition

The time from the start of the effective red time to the initial moment when the ARTMVs must wait to cross the conflict zone
The distance between the stop line and the position of the vehicle at which the moment () takes place
The width of the nonmotorized vehicle lane
The rate of arrival of the nonmotorized vehicles
The average road area occupied per nonmotorized vehicle when nonmotorized vehicles are waiting in the queue during the effective red time
The effective red time of nonmotorized vehicles
The effective green time of nonmotorized vehicles
The signal cycle
The starting wave speed of nonmotorized vehicles
The stopping wave speed of nonmotorized vehicles
The speed of the nonmotorized vehicles
The volume of the nonmotorized vehicles
The density of the nonmotorized vehicles
The time ARTMVs must wait before crossing the conflict zone because of spillback from the nonmotorized vehicle queue
The time during which the shockwave propagates backward from the stop line to the perpendicular line S
The time required for the queue of nonmotorized vehicles before the perpendicular line S to dissipate
The queue of nonmotorized vehicles by the end of the effective red time
The time required for the nonmotorized vehicle queue before the perpendicular line S to completely dissipate
The headway of the nonmotorized vehicles
The saturation headway of the ARTMVs
The minimum headway of the nonmotorized vehicles
The critical gap in the flow of the nonmotorized vehicles
The probability density of
The time it takes for a nonmotorized vehicle to pass through the conflict zone during a signal cycle, assuming that the vehicle does not stop
The number of ARTMVs that can pass through the conflict zone in a signal cycle
The capacity of the ARTMVs
The observed capacity of the ARTMVs
The calculated capacity of the ARTMVs

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