< 学术专著 >   

1. Roger Vickerman. Section 5: Traffic Management,International Encyclopedia of Transportation, Elsevier, 2021.

2. Keshuang Tang, Manfred Boltze, Hideki Nakamura, Tian Zong. Global Practices on Road Traffic Signal Control, Elsevier, 2019.

3. 唐克双, 孙剑 著. 《基于多源数据融合的城市道路交通控制与管理》, 同济大学出版社, 2015.

4. 李克平著,翻译出版《交通信号控制指南——德国现行规范(RiLSA)》,中国建筑工业出版社,2005。


   < 标准规范 >   

1. 国家标准:《城市道路交叉口规划规范》(GB50647-2011)

2. 行业标准:《城市道路交叉口设计规程》,(CJJ152-2010)2010

3. 上海市工程建设规范《DG/TJ 08-2297-2019 有轨电车道路交通设计标准》

4. 安徽省地方标准《安徽省城市道路交叉口信号控制设计规范》,2015

5. 浙江省地方规范:《人行过街设施设计规范》(浙江省),2005

6. 浙江省地方规范:《城市道路平面交叉口规划与设计规程》(浙江省),2006


   < 部分专著介绍 >   

1. Roger Vickerman. Section 5: Traffic Management,International Encyclopedia of Transportation, Elsevier, 2021.

l Provides a forward looking and integrated approach to transportation

l Updated with future technological impacts, such as self-driving vehicles, cyber-physical systems and big data analytics

l Includes comprehensive coverage

l Presents a worldwide approach, including sets of comparative studies and applications

In an increasingly globalised world, despite reductions in costs and time, transportation has become even more important as a facilitator of economic and human interaction; this is reflected in technical advances in transportation systems, increasing interest in how transportation interacts with society and the need to provide novel approaches to understanding its impacts. This has become particularly acute with the impact that Covid-19 has had on transportation across the world, at local, national and international levels.

Encyclopedia of Transportation - containing almost 600 articles - brings a cross-cutting and integrated approach to all aspects of transportation from a variety of interdisciplinary fields including engineering, operations research, economics, geography and sociology in order to understand the changes taking place.

Emphasising the interaction between these different aspects of research, it offers new solutions to modern-day problems related to transportation. Each of its nine sections is based around familiar themes, but brings together the views of experts from different disciplinary perspectives. Each section is edited by a subject expert who has commissioned articles from a range of authors representing different disciplines, different parts of the world and different social perspectives.

The nine sections are structured around the following themes: Transport Modes; Freight Transport and Logistics; Transport Safety and Security; Transport Economics; Traffic Management; Transport Modelling and Data Management; Transport Policy and Planning; Transport Psychology; Sustainability and Health Issues in Transportation. Some articles provide a technical introduction to a topic whilst others provide a bridge between topics or a more future-oriented view of new research areas or challenges. The end result is a reference work that offers researchers and practitioners new approaches, new ways of thinking and novel solutions to problems.

All-encompassing and expertly authored, this outstanding reference work will be essential reading for all students and researchers interested in transportation and its global impact in what is a very uncertain world.

2. Keshuang Tang, Manfred Boltze, Hideki Nakamura, Tian Zong. Global Practices on Road Traffic Signal Control, Elsevier, 2019.

This book can act as a fundamental reference book on international practice of road traffic signal control for international researchers and practitioners, with a focus on fixed-time control at isolated intersections. It is neither a summary of findings previously published in literature, nor a handbook or guideline. Potential applications of the book are explained below.

l To provide a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art practices of road traffic signal control in various countries and regions.

l To gain deep understandings of the reasons, underlying background and special considerations for existing differences among the selected countries and regions.

l To provide a global summary of useful practical experiences for fixed-time control at isolated intersections.

l To help the proper selection of signal timing procedures, methods, and parameters for fixed-time signal control.

l To offer helpful suggestions on common principles and improvement countermeasures of road traffic signal control from a global perspective.

l Potential audiences of the book include practicing engineers, academic staff and students, hardware and software engineers in signal control manufactures, and maintenance service providers of signal control.

This book consists of 15 chapters in total. This chapter highlights the motivation, scope, purpose, and structure of the book. Chapter 2, Principles of road traffic signal control, addresses major principles of road traffic signal control, which are independent from specific geographical areas, and it provides definitions for basic terms in traffic signal control. Chapters 3-14 are country-specific or region-specific chapters, in which the state-of-the-art practice on fixed-time control at isolated intersections in 16 countries are introduced and discussed. Items include background, history, control strategies, signal timing procedures and methods, signal phasing, critical parameters, special considerations, examples, and state-of-the-art implementations. The sequence of the country-specific chapters is arranged based on geographical areas, that is, America, Europe, Oceania, and Asia, respectively. Chapter 15, Summary, summarizes worldwide successful experiences and common knowledge, and it provides suggestions for the improvement of road traffic signal control.

3. 唐克双, 孙剑 著. 《基于多源数据融合的城市道路交通控制与管理》, 同济大学出版社, 2015.







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