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Correlation Analysis Between Lane Occupancy and Density in Expressways Connected with the Busan Port
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 Title & Authors
Correlation Analysis Between Lane Occupancy and Density in Expressways Connected with the Busan Port
Kim, Tae-Gon; Heo, In-Seok; Park, Bae-Seong;
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 Abstract
Expressways are built to provide for high levels of safety and efficiency in the movement of large traffic volumes at high speeds. However, Gyeongbu and Namhae expressways in the country which are often suffering from the transportation problems with increased import and exoprt cargo trucks including the container vehicles are the major expressways having the Busan Port as the origin and destination regions, and are required to study the expressway traffic characteristics for reducing the transportation problems. We therefore attempted to suggest the expressway density predictive model through the correlation analysis between lane occupancy and mean density at the 8-lane basic segments of the above major expressways in the country.
 Keywords
expressway;traffic characteristics;lane occupancy;density;correlation analysis;regression model;
 Language
Korean
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