Geometric factors affecting the capacity of a traffic signal approach
The capacity of a signal-controlled intersection is limited by the capacities of individual approaches to the intersection. There are two types of factors which affect the capacity of an approach: geometric factors which are considered in this chapter, and traffic and control factors which are discussed subsequently.
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