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Traffic Management and Transport Demand Management. Module 4: Urban Transport Planning . Gladys Frame Consultant Traffic Engineer The World Bank. What is Traffic Management?. Traffic management and the urban environment Managing the use of road space and its surroundings for all road users

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traffic management and transport demand management
Traffic Management and Transport Demand Management

Module 4: Urban Transport Planning

Gladys Frame

Consultant Traffic Engineer

The World Bank

what is traffic management
What is Traffic Management?
  • Traffic management and the urban environment
  • Managing the use of road space and its surroundings for all road users
  • Maximizing the efficiency and safety of the road network
  • Broad scope of traffic management
pre conditions for successful traffic management
Pre-Conditions for Successful Traffic Management
  • Coherent system of land use planning and road network development
  • A functional road hierarchy
  • Good road user behavior
  • A comprehensive approach
  • A high status and image of traffic management
the benefits of traffic management
The Benefits of Traffic Management
  • Short-to-medium term timeframe
  • Low cost compared to new road construction
  • Flexibility
  • Environmental improvement
institutional requirements for traffic management
Institutional Requirements for Traffic Management
  • The traffic management process
      • Policies and strategies
      • Planning, design & implementation
      • Operations and enforcement
  • Traffic law and regulations
  • Traffic management guidelines
  • Traffic Impact Analyses
traffic management strategies
Traffic Management Strategies
  • Strategic Objectives
    • protect and improve the environment
    • improve road safety
    • improve access and mobility for passengers and goods
    • improve the capacity and efficiency of traffic flows on main routes
  • Specific Objectives
traffic management techniques
Traffic Management Techniques
  • Physical measures
  • Regulatory measures
  • Informative measures
  • Charging measures
  • Operational measures
  • Educational measures
key traffic management techniques
Key Traffic Management Techniques
  • Area Traffic Control (ATC)
  • Junction Channelisation
  • One-way Systems
  • Public Transport (PT) Priority
  • Traffic Calming
  • Urban Road Safety Management
the rationale for transport demand management tdm strategies
The Rationale for Transport Demand Management (TDM) Strategies
  • Achieving economic efficiency
  • Enhancing the quality of life
  • Achieving sustainability in transport
  • Achieving a balance between new road building and TDM
  • Strengthening the economy
transport demand management tdm techniques measures
Transport Demand Management (TDM) Techniques & Measures
  • congestion charging and road-tolling
  • road-user charges levied on fuel
  • controls on vehicle use and vehicle ownership
  • controls on land-use development
  • public transport improvements
  • encouraging more travel by foot and bicycle
  • encouraging greater use of telecommuting
  • intelligent transport systems (ITS)
  • parking controls and pricing
  • physical measures of traffic restraint