Plan transition curves and superelevation, Strategic Management

Current traffic pattern given as below.

                                                ZONE DESTINATION

ZONE ORIGIN

1

2

3

1

450

400

320

2

220

200

150

3

300

200

500

 

 

TRAVEL TIME IN MINS   

1

 

 

2

 

 

3

1

6

8

11

2

8

5

9

3

9

10

4

Future trips as follows

ZONE

TRIPS GENERATED

TRIPS ATTRACTED

1

2

3

 

3000

2600

2200

2500

3100

2400

Assume K=1 in all cases and F = 1/ (Time)

Carry out trip distribution using gravity model up to two iterations.

 In the context of  Horizontal alignment, discuss how you will go about designing for Horizontal curvature, Plan transition curves and Superelevation

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