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ESTUDOS DE CAPACIDADE

Os estudos de capacidade foram desenvolvidos de acordo com a metodologia preconizada pelo Highway Capacity Manual, do HRB, edição de 2000, para rodovias com pista simples, com duas faixas de tráfego. Analisou-se a capacidade e determinou-se o nível de serviço ao longo dos três subtrechos em estudo, para o ano de 2024 (ano de projeto), incluindo análise de sensibilidade, considerando uma variação de 20% no volume de tráfego para mais e para menos. Os resultados demonstraram que a rodovia estará operando em níveis bastante razoáveis ao longo dos três subtrechos. Verificou-se o Nível de Serviço “C” durante todo o período de projeto para o subtrecho 2, entre Itaocara e Portela enquanto no subtrecho 3, entre Portela e Ponte da Bóia, operará no nível de serviço “B” ao longo do período em estudo, o que significa padrão bastante razoável de qualidade, com certa folga na sua capacidade, nos dois subtrechos citados. Embora o subtrecho 1, área urbana de Itaocara, tenha alcançado o nível de serviço “E” durante todo o período, inclusive na hipótese do VMD superior ao projetado em 20%, deve-se notar que a velocidade média será de 55,2 km/h no ano inicial e chegará a 53,5 km/h ao final de 2024, sendo essas velocidades bastante suportáveis para uma área urbana, considerando a prioridade dos pedestres em relação aos veículos. O Resumo do Estudo de Capacidade é apresentado a seguir:

3 NS V/C Veloc. Itaocara 2015 2024 2029 3.QUADRO xx RESUMO DO ESTUDO DE CAPACIDADE Anos Subtrechos 1.5 59.0 82.0 41.2 53.7 84.12 80.9 E E 0.7 39.0 85. Travessia 2015 2024 2029 2.7 65.9 58.08 0.3 62.19 0. (km/h) PTSF (%) de Itaocara Portela Ponte da Boia .6 64.28 55.24 0.22 0.11 0.3 79.Portela – 2015 2024 2029 C C D B B B 0.28 0.2 34.0 78.

19 0.2 31.1 81.4 de Itaocara Portela Ponte da Boia . Travessia 2015 2024 2.1 37.07 0.7 58.22 0.1 79.4 55.9 85.10 56.5 35.15 0.1 60.QUADRO xx ANÁLISE DE SENSIBILIDADE (– 20% NO VMD) Anos Subtrechos 1.17 0. Itaocara 2015 2024 2029 3.08 0.0 58.8 61.22 0.7 55. (km/h) PTSF (%) E E C C C B B B 0.3 80.5 86.5 84.Portela – 2015 2024 2029 NS V/C Veloc.

0 62.33 0.4 84.3 69.6 66.29 0.0 de Itaocara Portela Ponte da Boia As planilhas com os dados obtidos para a análise de capacidade são apresentadas a seguir: (novas planilhas) . Travessia 2015 2024 2.QUADRO xx ANÁLISE DE SENSIBILIDADE (+ 20% NO VMD) Anos Subtrechos 1. (km/h) PTSF (%) E E C D D B B B 0.3 77.9 61.13 0.8 42.8 79. Itaocara 2015 2024 2029 3.15 54.6 76.Portela – 2015 2024 2029 NS V/C Veloc.0 51.7 37.6 82.8 46.33 0.10 0.26 0.22 0.9 68.5 82.

Sfm km/h Observed volume.922 820 pc/h 410 51. terminate analysis. TT 15 (veh-h) TT 15 = VKm T 15 ATS Notes 1-ft vp>3200 pc/h.0 km/h 0.94 (Exhibit 20-8) T Passenger-car equivalents for trucks.Two . f G 78.93 1.5m Terrain Class I highway Level Two-way hourly volume Directional split Peak-hour factor.Portela RJ 2029 Planning (VP) Class II highway Rolling 604 veh/h 50/50 0.f LS . 2-lt highest directional split vp >1700 pc/h.for directional distribution and no passing-zone.fA A (Exhibit Ls veh/h km/h (Exhibit 20-5) .5 m 3..6 3. E Heavy-vehicle adjustment factor.2% D 0.0 0.5 1.Vf Free-Flow Speed. Et (Exhibit 20-9) Passenger-car equivalents for RVs.867 881 pc/h Average Travel Speed Grade adjustment factor. .5m 3.000879vp ) d/np Adj.13 Design (VP) Highway From / To Jurisdiction Analysis Year Planning (LQS) Site Information RJ. VkmT Peak 15 min total travel time.9 1.1 veh-h Peak-hour vehicle-kilometers of travel.7 km/h km/h 20-6) 92.PTSF(%) PTSF=BPTSF+f d/np -0. f Adj.4% (Exhibit 20-10) 1+P T (ET -1)+PR(ER-1) fhv = vp = v PHF.the LOS .1 0.. v/c v/c = v 3200 Peak 15-min vehicle-kilometers of travel.fhv Two-way flow rate. f np (km/h) (Exhibit 20-11) p-fnp Average travel speed.158 subt. BPTSF (%) BPTSF = 100(1-e (Exhibit 20-12) Percent time-Spent-Following.01. Vkm Vkm T15 = 0.6 km 2. ATS (km/h) ATS = FFS-0.2 .25LT V PHF 60(veh-km) 15 p (veh-km) 1883 veh-km Vkm T 60= V*L T 6402 veh-km 24.7 km/h 6. Fhv Vp highest directional split proportion 2 ( pc/h) Free-Flow Speed from Field Measurement Field measured speed... Vp (pc/h) 1 R (Exhibit 20-10) 1 1. f (%) 13. for acess points. Vp (pc/h) vp = v PHF.fhv fhv = 1 1+Pt(Et-1)+Pr(Er-1) 1 Two-way flow rate. PHF % Trucks and buses.the LOS is F.. for lane width and shoulder width. FFS FFS = BFFS .5m 2.Itaocara . fg (Exhibit 20-7) Passenger-car equivalents for trucks. for no-passing zones.6 km/h Adj.0125 Vf F HV 441 pc/h Estimated Free-Flow Speed Base free-flow speed. E Passenger-car equivalents for RVs. BFFS 100 km/h Adj.9 65..28 Level of Service and Other Performance Measures Level of Service.FFS FFS = S FM+ 0.85 17% 0% 60% 10 / Km Shoulder width Lane width Lane width Shoulder width Segment lenght L 10. Pt % Recreational vehicles. LOS(Exhibit 20-3 for Class I or 20-4 for Class II) Volume to capacity ratio. fg . Pa % No-passing zone Acess points / km 0.0.way Two-Lane Highway Segment Worksheet General Information Analyst Agency or Company Date Performed Analysis Time Period Operational (LQS) (x) Input Data Engesur DER/RJ 21. FHV Vp highest directional split proportion 2 ( pc/h) Base percent time-spent-following.0125 V Percent time-Spent-Following Grade adjustment factor. Er (Exhibit 20-9) Heavy-vehicle adjustment factor. f Free-flow speed. terminate analysis . f G .

ATS (km/h) ATS = FFS-0.2 41.3 . LOS(Exhibit 20-3 for Class I or 20-4 for Class II) Volume to capacity ratio.PTSF(%) PTSF=BPTSF+fd/np Level of Service and Other Performance Measures Level of Service. VkmT60(veh-km) Vkm T60= V*LT Peak 15 min total travel time.Vf veh/h Free-Flow Speed.9 km/h 0.fhv fhv = Two-way flow rate.000879v p) Adj.. fLs (Exhibit 20-5) .Two .0 0.fhv fhv = 1 1+Pt(Et-1)+Pr(Er-1) Two-way flow rate. Pt % Recreational vehicles. FHV Vp highest directional split proportion ( pc/h) Base percent time-spent-following.8 km Terrain Class I highway Level Two-way hourly volume Directional split Peak-hour factor.7 92..9 km/h 82. E R (Exhibit 20-10) Heavy-vehicle adjustment factor.the LOS .1 0. fA (Exhibit 20-6) Free-flow speed.way Two-Lane Highway Segment Worksheet General Information Analyst Agency or Company Date Performed Analysis Time Period Operational (LQS) (x) Input Data Engesur DER/RJ 21.25LT V PHF 368 veh-km 1251 veh-km 4.77 1. PHF % Trucks and buses. BPTSF (%) BPTSF = 100(1-e-0. v/c v/c = vp 3200 Peak 15-min vehicle-kilometers of travel. f G .fA 4.0125 V p-fnp Percent time-Spent-Following Grade adjustment factor. fG (Exhibit 20-8) Passenger-car equivalents for trucks.7 km/h Adj.for directional distribution and no passing-zone.5 m Segment lenght L 6. fnp (km/h) (Exhibit 20-11) Average travel speed.0% 0% 50% 10 / Km Shoulder width 2.Portela . Et (Exhibit 20-9) Passenger-car equivalents for RVs.01.85 18.. FFS FFS = BFFS . E T (Exhibit 20-10) Passenger-car equivalents for RVs.9% B 0.. terminate analysis . Fhv Vp highest directional split proportion2 ( pc/h) Free-Flow Speed from Field Measurement Field measured speed.5m Lane width 3.8 1.874 322 pc/h 164 24. fd/np (%) (Exhibit 20-12) Percent time-Spent-Following.5 1. fg .FFS FFS = S FM + 0. Vp (pc/h) 1 1 1+PT (ET -1)+PR(ER-1) vp = 2 v PHF.12 6.fLS . Pa % No-passing zone Acess points / km 0.Ponte da Boia RJ 2029 Planning (VP) Class II highway Rolling 184 veh/h 51/49 0. terminate analysis.158 subt.6 km/h km/h km/h Adj. .. 2-lt highest directional split vp >1700 pc/h.787 387 pc/h Average Travel Speed Grade adjustment factor.the LOS is F. for acess points.0.13 Design (VP) Highway From / To Jurisdiction Analysis Year Planning (LQS) Site Information RJ. 1 Vp (pc/h) vp = v PHF. Er (Exhibit 20-9) Heavy-vehicle adjustment factor. for lane width and shoulder width.5 m Lane width 3..71 2. fg (Exhibit 20-7) Passenger-car equivalents for trucks. for no-passing zones. Vkm 15 (veh-km) Vkm T15 = 0.7% 17.4 veh-h Peak-hour vehicle-kilometers of travel.Sfm km/h Observed volume.5m Shoulder width 2.0125 Vf FHV 197 pc/h Estimated Free-Flow Speed Base free-flow speed. BFFS 100 km/h Adj. TT15 (veh-h) TT15 = VKm T15 ATS Notes 1-ft vp>3200 pc/h.