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Uninterrupted Traffic Flow at Junctions

S. Hemalatha, L. SahanaPrincy


In this paper we discussed with uninterrupted traffic flow at junction. In urban area intersection occurs mostly at the junctions with the help of graph theory concepts, to solve these traffic problems. One set of movements consist all the possible steams at an intersection and it occurs simultaneously. The intersection of roads is a junction, the flow of vehicles are control by traffic police or traffic signals. When the traffic flow increases at a junction, it causes traffic jam and vehicles have to wait longer time. When there is crossing at a junction, a stream of vehicles have to wait for other vehicles. To propose a traffic flow at the junction to made the flow of traffic streams with an uninterrupted flow system. It leads to design a traffic light or traffic police free system at a junction of urban traffic area. An uninterrupted traffic flow made using graph theory concepts which leads to minimize severe traffic congestion.


Urban Traffic Networks, Traffic Flow, Traffic Junction, Optimization Of Traffic Flow, Traffic Path Optimization, Directed Graph, Theory Of Graphs.

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