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Elefteriadou, Lily, et al.
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Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) systems collect data, evaluate traffic signal performance based on functional objectives, and then update signal timing in response. Florida DOT commissioned a project to evaluate the effectiveness of ASCT across Florida using a before and after study approach and document the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches and implementations. The study evaluated the implementation of two ASCT systems at selected arterial corridors in eight different locations in Florida: Gainesville, Deland, Panama City Beach, Sarasota, Panama City, Pinellas, Manatee, and Bartow. The eight corridors included in the study varied in length from 1.1 to 9.2 miles and most had a relatively low density of intersections. Annual average daily traffic (AADT) on the corridors ranged from 28,750 to 52,185 vehicles/day.

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Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) systems collect data, evaluate traffic signal performance based on functional objectives, and then update signal timing in response. Florida DOT commissioned a project to evaluate the effectiveness of ASCT across Florida using a before and after study approach and document the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches and implementations. The study evaluated the implementation of two ASCT systems at selected arterial corridors in eight different locations in Florida: Gainesville, Deland, Panama City Beach, Sarasota, Panama City, Pinellas, Manatee, and Bartow. The eight corridors included in the study varied in length from 1.1 to 9.2 miles and most had a relatively low density of intersections. Annual average daily traffic (AADT) on the corridors ranged from 28,750 to 52,185 vehicles/day.

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Prepared by University of Florida Transportation Institute for Florida DOT
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Before and After-Implementation Studies of Advanced Signal Control Technologies in Florida
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