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LinSig3.2 : SCATS Modelling Workshop Australia and New Zealand

Brisbane - Saxons Training Facilities, Australia  11.02.2019

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LinSig3.2 : SCATS Modelling Workshop Australia and New Zealand

Brisbane - Saxons Training Facilities, Australia

Accurate LinSig modelling is fundamental to traffic signal design, transport assessments for development and detailed studies where traffic signal junctions are a major determinant of transport outcomes.   This intensive course covers the use of LinSig 3.2 to model traffic signal junctions and networks. It starts from first principles including Signal Groups, Phases, Clearance Times and Pedestrian Protection and then moves quickly on to examine network building, Route based and Lane Based modelling, SCATS flow import, matrix estimation, the use of cyclic flow profiles and modelling buses. The course is computer based with practical workshop exercises based on real junctions in Australia and New Zealand used throughout.

Course duration is 2 days

Starting on 11th February 2019

Ending on 12th February 2019

Course price is: AU$1680 (exc. VAT)

Tutored by:

John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT

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