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34. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal

**Chapter 34 Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal
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34.1 Overview

The conﬂicts arising from movements of traﬃc in diﬀerent directions is solved by time sharing of the principle. The advantages of traﬃc signal includes an orderly movement of traﬃc, an increased capacity of the intersection and requires only simple geometric design. However the disadvantages of the signalized intersection are it aﬀects larger stopped delays, and the design requires complex considerations. Although the overall delay may be lesser than a rotary for a high volume, a user is more concerned about the stopped delay.

34.2

Deﬁnitions and notations

A number of deﬁnitions and notations need to be understood in signal design. They are discussed below: • Cycle: A signal cycle is one complete rotation through all of the indications provided. • Cycle length: Cycle length is the time in seconds that it takes a signal to complete one full cycle of indications. It indicates the time interval between the starting of of green for one approach till the next time the green starts. It is denoted by C. • Interval: Thus it indicates the change from one stage to another. There are two types of intervals - change interval and clearance interval. Change interval is also called the yellow time indicates the interval between the green and red signal indications for an approach. Clearance interval is also called all red is included after each yellow interval indicating a period during which all signal faces show red and is used for clearing oﬀ the vehicles in the intersection.

Dr. Tom V. Mathew, IIT Bombay

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April 2, 2012

the objective is to design phases with minimum conﬂicts or with less severe conﬂicts. Therefore.3 Phase design The signal design procedure involves six major steps. For example. phase design is very important because it aﬀects the further design steps. Mathew. three. during green interval. See ﬁgure 34:1. This is the actual duration the green light of a traﬃc signal is turned on. IIT Bombay 2 April 2. Left turn is ignored. 34. four or even more number of phases. Further. If all the movements are to be separated with no conﬂicts. (2) determination of amber time and clearance time. consider a four legged intersection with through traﬃc and right turns. However. It is possible to have two.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. where as a drastic change in the ﬂow pattern may cause considerable confusion to the drivers. This is often guided by the geometry of the intersection. (4)apportioning of green time. The ﬁrst issue is to decide how many phases are required. so that movements in a phase should have no conﬂicts. Tom V. This is the actual duration the red light of a traﬃc signal is turned on. then a large number of phases are required. (3) determination of cycle length. There is no precise methodology for the design of phases. the relative magnitudes of ﬂow. In such a situation. They include the (1) phase design. To illustrate various phase plan options. It allows a set of movements to ﬂow and safely halt the ﬂow before the phase of another set of movements start. • Lost time: It indicates the time during which the intersection is not eﬀectively utilized for any movement. 2012 . will take some time to perceive the signal (usually called as reaction time) and some time will be lost here before he moves. Thus. The objective of phase design is to separate the conﬂicting movements in an intersection into various phases. (5) pedestrian crossing requirements. a trial and error procedure is often adopted. it is easier to change the cycle time and green time when ﬂow pattern changes. Dr. ﬂow pattern especially the turning movements. • Phase: A phase is the green interval plus the change and clearance intervals that follow it. when the signal for an approach turns from red to green. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal • Green interval: It is the green indication for a particular movement or set of movements and is denoted by Gi . • Red interval: It is the red indication for a particular movement or set of movements and is denoted by Ri . non conﬂicting movements are assigned into each phase. the driver of the vehicle which is in the front of the queue. and (6) the performance evaluation of the above design.

where.1 Two phase signals Two phase system is usually adopted if through traﬃc is signiﬁcant compared to the turning movements.2 Four phase signals There are at least three possible phasing options. non-conﬂicting through traﬃc 3 and 4 are grouped in a single phase and non-conﬂicting through traﬃc 1 and 2 are grouped in the second phase. if the turning movements are signiﬁcant . For example in ﬁgure 34:2. Tom V. ﬂow from each approach is put into a single phase avoiding all Dr. Needless to say that such phasing is possible only if the turning movements are relatively low. in the ﬁrst phase ﬂow 7 and 8 oﬀer some conﬂicts and are called permitted right turns.then a four phase system is usually adopted. 2012 . However.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 1 34. For example. 34. On the other hand. Mathew. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 5 3 7 6 8 4 2 Figure 34:1: Four legged intersection 8 2 6 5 3 4 7 Phase 1 ( P1) 1 Phase 1 ( P2) Figure 34:2: Two phase signal 34.3. ﬁgure 34:3 shows the most simple and trivial phase plan. IIT Bombay 3 April 2.3.

and the through traﬃc volume is signiﬁcantly high. 2012 . Tom V. Figure 34:5 shows yet another phase plan.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. The change interval or yellow time is provided after green time for movement. The purpose is to warn a driver approaching the intersection during the end of a green time about the coming of a red signal. The design consideration is that a driver approaching the intersection with design speed should be able to stop at the stop line of the intersection before the start of red time. that is. The non-conﬂicting right turn ﬂows 7 and 8 are grouped into a third phase. namely the change interval and clearance interval. However. the signal phases and timing adapt to the real time traﬃc conditions. This type of phase plan is ideally suited in urban areas where the turning movements are comparable with through movements and when through traﬃc and turning traﬃc need to share same lane. six phase signals etc. this is rarely used in practice. normally provided in a traﬃc signal. Institute of Dr. 34. This type of phasing is very eﬃcient when the intersection geometry permits to have at least one lane for each movement. They normally have a value of 3 to 6 seconds. This phase plan could be very ineﬃcient when turning movements are relatively low. They are normally provided if the intersection control is adaptive.4 Interval design There are two intervals. There are ﬁve phase signals. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 8 3 P1 7 4 7 P2 2 5 P3 1 P4 6 Figure 34:3: One way of providing four phase signals conﬂicts. Figure 34:4 shows a second possible phase plan option where opposing through traﬃc are put into same phase. Similarly ﬂows 5 and 6 are grouped into fourth phase. Mathew. IIT Bombay 4 April 2.

2012 . Tom V. IIT Bombay 5 April 2. Mathew. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 2 3 4 P1 8 P2 1 7 5 P3 7 P4 6 Figure 34:4: Second possible way of providing a four phase signal P1 6 3 4 P2 5 2 8 P3 7 1 P4 Figure 34:5: Third possible way of providing a four-phase signal Dr.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34.

where SSD is the stopping sight distance and v is the v speed of the vehicle. t is the reaction time of the driver. This constant Dr. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 1 2 3 N Figure 34:6: Group of vehicles at a signalized intersection waiting for green signal transportation engineers (ITE) has recommended a methodology for computing the appropriate length of change interval which is as follows: y =t+ v85 2a + 19. The second headway will be comparatively lower because the second driver can overlap his/her reaction time with that of the ﬁrst driver’s. crossing the curb line is noted.6g (34. IIT Bombay 6 April 2. The clearance interval is provided after yellow interval and as mentioned earlier. a is the deceleration rate of vehicles in m/s2 . Tom V. it may be provided. the headway will become constant. Successive headways are then plotted as in ﬁgure 34:7. Change interval can also be approximately computed as y = SSD . It depends on the geometry of the intersection. As the signal is initiated. Clearance interval is optional in a signal design. The second headway is the time interval between the ﬁrst and the second vehicle crossing the curb line. waiting for the green signal. It is denoted by C. 2012 . The way in which the vehicles depart from an intersection when the green signal is initiated will be discussed now. Mathew.e.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34.1) where y is the length of yellow interval in seconds. The ﬁrst headway is the time interval between the initiation of the green signal and the instant vehicle crossing the curb line. it is used to clear oﬀ the vehicles in the intersection. the time interval between two vehicles. v85 is the 85th percentile speed of approaching vehicles in m/s. 34. then there is no need of clearance interval whereas for very large intersections. g is the grade of approach expressed as a decimal. The ﬁrst headway will be relatively longer since it includes the reaction time of the driver and the time necessary to accelerate. i. referred as headway. Figure 34:6 illustrates a group of N vehicles at a signalized intersection.5 Cycle time Cycle time is the time taken by a signal to complete one full cycle of iterations. one complete rotation through all signal indications. After few vehicles. If the intersection is small.

3) The green time required to clear N vehicles can be found out as. These diﬀerences for the ﬁrst few vehicles can be added to get start up lost time. h is the saturation headway in seconds. and if the signal were always green. 34. T = l1 + h.N (34. vehicles per hour of green time per lane. The diﬀerence between the actual headway and h for the ith vehicle and is denoted as ei shown in ﬁgure 34:7.5.4) where T is the time required to clear N vehicles through signal.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal Headway e1 h1 e2 e3 h Vehicles in queue h Figure 34:7: Headways departing signal headway which characterizes all headways beginning with the fourth or ﬁfth vehicle. l1 which is given by. 2012 .2) s= h where s is the saturation ﬂow rate in vehicles per hour of green time per lane. If every vehicles require h seconds of green time. and h is the saturation headway in seconds. IIT Bombay 7 April 2. then s vehicles/per hour would pass the intersection. This lost Dr. Mathew.1 Eﬀective green time Eﬀective green time is the actual time available for the vehicles to cross the intersection. 3600 (34. is deﬁned as the saturation headway. It is the sum of actual green time (Gi ) plus the yellow minus the applicable lost times. n l1 = i=1 ei (34. the headway will be more than h particularly for the ﬁrst few vehicles. Therefore. As noted earlier. l1 is the start-up lost time. Tom V. This is the headway that can be achieved by a stable moving platoon of vehicles passing through a green indication. and is denoted as h.

5) 34.Ci = 1500 × 28 = 700 veh/hr/lane. C is the cycle time in seconds. Thus it requires more time than any other lane moving at the same time. ﬁnd the capacity of the movement per lane? Solution Total lost time. Fixing the cycle length is one of the crucial steps involved in signal design. si is the saturation ﬂow rate in vehicle per hour per lane. There will be one and only one critical lane in each signal phase. gi = 27+4-3 = 28 seconds. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal time is the sum of start-up lost time (l1 ) and clearance lost time (l2 ) denoted as tL .5.4 Capacity of the given phase can be found out from equation. From equationsaturation ﬂow rate.6 Determination of cycle length The cycle length or cycle time is the time taken for complete indication of signals in a cycle. tL = 2+1 = 3 seconds. Tom V.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. si = 3600 = 3600 = 1500 veh/hr. One of these will have the most intense traﬃc. Then the capacity of a lane can be computed as.2 Lane capacity The ratio of eﬀective green time to the cycle length ( gi )is deﬁned as green ratio.3 Critical lane During any green signal phase. 2012 . then all other lanes will also be well accommodated. and the corresponding yellow time is 4 seconds. gi = Gi + Yi − tL (34. If the saturation headway is 2.4 seconds/vehicle. several lanes on one or more approaches are permitted to move. the green time for a phase is 27 seconds. and the clearance lost time is 1 second/phase. IIT Bombay 8 April 2. ci = si Problem Let the cycle time of an intersection is 60 seconds. The volume of this critical lane is called critical lane volume. If suﬃcient time is allocated for this lane.5. Mathew.6) C where ci is the capacity of lane in vehicle per hour. gi (34. 34. From equation eﬀective green time. We know C that saturation ﬂow rate is the number of vehicles that can be moved in one lane in one hour assuming the signal to be green always. 60 34. Thus eﬀective green time can be written as. Dr. h 2. the start-up lost time is 2 seconds/phase.

16) April 2.18 and si from the maximum sum of h critical lane volumes that can be accommodated within the hour is given by. To account for the variation of volume in an hour. is introduced.14) The expression for C can be obtained by rewriting the above equation.9) Let the total number of critical lane volume that can be accommodated per hour is given by Vc . C= Dr.L Substituting as L = NtL . Tg h 3600 N.XC XC − Σ( V )i s 9 (34.N.10) (34. (PHF) which is the ratio of hourly volume to the maximum ﬂow rate. from equation 34.tL T heref ore C = 1 − Vc s = (34.tL = si 1 − C N. C= N. 2012 . Tg = 3600 − 3600.7) (34. Incorporating these two factors in the equation for cycle length.tl be written as = The total eﬀective green time Tg available for the movement in a hour C will be one hour minus the total lost time in an hour. The above equation is based on the assumption that there will be uniform ﬂow of traﬃc in an hour.13) (34.tL 1− Vc si ×P HF × v c (34.N. Therefore.tL Vc = 1− h C N. total lost time per hour can C 3600.15) Highway capacity manual (HCM) has given an equation for determining the cycle length which is a slight modiﬁcation of the above equation. L = N tL . a factor called peak hour factor.tL C N. If C is the cycle length in seconds. cycle time C is given by. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal If tLi is the start-up lost time for a phase i. Another ratio called v/c ratio indicating the quality of service is also included in the equation. Tom V. where N is the number of phases.tL = 3600 1 − C (34. Accordingly. then the total start-up lost time per cycle.L. Mathew.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. then Vc = Tg Substituting for Tg .12) (34. the ﬁnal expression will be. If start-up lost time is same for all phases. IIT Bombay N.8) (34. then i=1 the total start-up lost time is L = NtL . then the number of cycles per hour = 3600 The total lost time per hour is the number of cycles per hour times C the lost time per cycle and is = 3600 .11) (34.

Similarly critical volume for the second phase = 1800 vph. saturation head way is 2. ( V )i is the ratio of volume to s saturation ﬂow for phase i. L is the lost time per phase. Therefore.3 seconds. 2012 . Mathew. then the critical volume for the ﬁrst phase which is the maximum of the ﬂows in that phase = 1150 vph. Dr.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 1150 1300 1800 900 Figure 34:8: Traﬃc ﬂow in the intersection 900 1800 1300 1150 Figure 34:9: One way of providing phases where N is the number of phases. XC is the quality factor called critical V ratio where V is the volume C and C is the capacity. IIT Bombay 10 April 2. Given start-up lost time is 3 seconds. Problem The traﬃc ﬂow in an intersection is shown in the ﬁgure 34:8. Tom V. compute the cycle length for that intersection. Assume a two-phase signal. total critical volume for the two signal phases = 1150+1800 = 2950 vph. Solution • If we assign two phases as shown below ﬁgure 34:9.

2 vph.2 = Dr. So the resulting phase plan is as shown in ﬁgure ( 34:10). • Now the cycle time for the signal phases can be computed from equation. This means. Hence the critical lane volume should be reduced and one simple option is to split the major traﬃc into two lanes. • Here we are dividing the lanes in East-West direction into two. 2012 . so that the total critical lane volume = 575+600 = 1175 vph which is lesser than 1565.3 = 1565. that the intersection can handle only 1565. as shown in ﬁgure 34:11. the critical volume is 2950 vph . 2×3 1175 1− 1565.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. IIT Bombay 11 April 2. However. The total critical volume for the signal phases is 2050 vph which is again greater than the saturation ﬂow rate and hence we have to again reduce the critical lane volumes. • Assigning three lanes in East-West direction. Tom V.2 vph. the critical volume in the ﬁrst phase is 1150 vph and in the second phase it is 900 vph. the critical volume in the ﬁrst phase is 575 vph and that of the second phase is 600 vph. Mathew. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 1300/2 1300/2 1800/2 1800/2 1150 Figure 34:10: second way of providing phases 1800/3 1800/3 1800/3 1150/2 1150/2 Figure 34:11: Third way of providing phases • Saturation ﬂow rate for the intersection can be found out from the equation as si = 3600 2.2 vph.C = 24 seconds.

n Tg = C − tLi i=1 (34.17) where Vc i is the critical lane volume and tg is the total eﬀective green time available in a cycle.19) where tLi is the lost time for phase i. Tg = C − n. Dr. Actual greentime can be now found out as. Problem The phase diagram with ﬂow values of an intersection with two phases is shown in ﬁgure 34:12. The lost time and yellow time for the ﬁrst phase is 2. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 500 1000 900 600 Figure 34:12: Phase diagram for an intersection 34. If lost time is diﬀerent for diﬀerent phases.tL (34. Mathew. then cycle time can be computed as follows. For the second phase the lost time and yellow time are 3.7 Green splitting Green splitting or apportioning of green time is the proportioning of eﬀective green time in each of the signal phase. 2012 . Therefore. The green splitting is given by. IIT Bombay 12 April 2. yi is the amber time. Gi = gi − yi + tLi (34. Tom V.20) where Gi is the actual green time.18) where C is the cycle time in seconds.5 and 4 seconds respectively.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. ﬁnd the green time allocated for the two phases. and tL is the lost time per phase. If the cycle time is 120 seconds. n is the number of phases. This will be cycle time minus the total lost time for all the phases.5 and 3 seconds respectively. and Li is the lost time for phase i. n is the number of phases and C is the lost time in seconds. gi is the eﬀective green time available. gi = Vc i n i=1 Vci × tg (34.

75 seconds. VC = VC1 + VC2 = 1000+600 = 1600 vph.25 seconds.25 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 111111111111111111 000000000000000000 11111 00000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111 0000 73. g1 can be found out from equationas g1 = 71. G1 = 71. • Actual green time for the second phase. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000000000000000000 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 1111111111111111111111 0000000000000000000000 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 120 70.75 seconds. • The sum of the critical lane volumes. 2012 . 1000 1600 × 114 = × 114= • Green time for the second phase.5-3. The signals operate by providing right of way to a certain set of movements in a cyclic order.75 3 46. VC1 = 1000 vph. VC2 = 600 vph. The design procedure discussed in this chapter include interval design.25-3+2. determination of cycle time. 34. Dr. g2 can be found out from equationas g2 = 42.8 Summary Traﬃc signal is an aid to control traﬃc at intersections where other control measures fail. • Green time for the ﬁrst phase. and computation of saturation ﬂow making use of HCM guidelines. G2 = 42.Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. Depending on the requirements they can be either ﬁxed or vehicle actuated and two or multivalued.25 seconds. IIT Bombay 13 April 2. 600 1600 • Actual green time can be found out from equationThus actual green time for the ﬁrst phase. • Critical lane volume for the second phase.5 = 70.5 = 42.5)= 114 seconds.75-3+2. • Eﬀective green time can be found out from equationas Tg =120-(2.75 42. • The phase diagram is as shown in ﬁgure 34:13. Mathew.25 4 Figure 34:13: Timing diagram Solution • Critical lane volume for the ﬁrst phase. Tom V.

Traﬃc Engineering And Management 34. Mathew. Saturation ﬂow rate can be computed as. Tom V.9 Problems 3600 h h 3600 1. Design Priciples of Traﬃc Signal 34. 2012 . Lane capacity is (a) ci = si × (c) ci = si C gi C (b) ci = si × gi (d) none of these 34.11 Acknowledgments I wish to thank several of my students and staﬀ of NPTEL for their contribution in this lecture. (a) (b) (c) 3600×h (d) none of these 2. Lane capacity is (a) ci = si × (c) ci = si C gi √ C (b) ci = si × gi (d) none of these 34. (a) (b) (c) 3600×h (d) none of these 2. Dr. IIT Bombay 14 April 2. Saturation ﬂow rate can be computed as.10 Solutions 3600 √ h h 3600 1.

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