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Title: Deelopment o Red Light Violation Detection System for Heterogeneous Traffic
Authors: Jariwala, Jinal A
Keywords: Civil Engineering
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: Pandit Deendayal Energy University, Gandhinagar
Series/Report no.: 16MCL006;ED000115
Abstract: In India, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways registers 4, 80,652 road accidents in 2016 & it was 5, 01,423 in 2015. Red Light running is one of the major caused recorded at signalized intersection for road accidents? Surat is one of the fastest growing city in India with population of 6.04 million in 2016. Population of the city is increasing day by day as numbers of people are migrating. To reduce RLR & to improve traffic safety and security, Red Light Violation Detection (RLVD) system is introduced under Intelligent Traffic Control System (ITCS). To detect the violating vehicle, Red Light Violation Detection Application (RLVA) software is completely designed and developed. This system is different from traditional traffic signal system, in which Smart camera with high capacity are placed to cover the area over which vehicles are restricted to passed. The main purpose of this Research is to evaluate the effectiveness of camera-enforcement at signalized intersection for heterogeneous traffic. Surat is one of the fastest growing city in India with population of 6.04 million. People are migrating from different place to Surat for better life-style and earning. Increased growth in traffic-volume has resulted in several traffic problems in and around the city, such as traffic jams, increase in number of road accidents, Red light violation at signalized intersection etc. Key-words: Traffic-Management, Red Light Violation Detection System, Heterogeneous traffic, Automated Enforcement, Red light cameras
Description: Under the Guidance of Dr. Rajesh Gujar
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/19
Appears in Collections:Department of Civil Engineering

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