Portland State University. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Christopher M. Monsere
Date of Award
Master of Science (M.S.) in Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Intelligent transportation systems -- Oregon, Freight and freightage -- Oregon -- Management, Traffic engineering
The development of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) requires high-quality traffic information within most urban areas worldwide, and under growing pressure for improving traffic management, there has been an increasing urge to collecting and monitoring of traffic data. One of the most reliable and recommended technology for drive thru or traffic control is the loop vehicle detection system. On the Portland freeway system, new software has been installed that allows the reporting of vehicle length in bins. This research investigates the use of this data (length based) by exploring time series analyses of the vehicle counts as freight and non-freight movement.
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Ahmed, Byad, "Exploring Length-Based Vehicle Count Data" (2016). Civil and Environmental Engineering Master's Project Reports. 31.
A research project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering.