A Review on Junction Redevelopment for Traffic Congested Area

Authors

  • Jignesh Patel UG Student in CED, SSASIT/UGC/ AICTE/Gujarat Technical University/India
  • Radhesh Bhagat UG Student in CED, SSASIT/UGC/ AICTE/Gujarat Technical University/India
  • Yash Bhuta UG Student in CED, SSASIT /UGC/ AICTE/Gujarat Technical University/India
  • Bhavin Chaudhari UG Student in CED, SSASIT /UGC/ AICTE/Gujarat Technical University/India
  • Hiten Kheni Asst. Prof. in CED, SSASIT/UGC/AICTE/Gujarat Technological university/India

Keywords:

Junction redevelopment, Traffic management, Traffic safety, Reduce accidents, Passenger car uint

Abstract

Now a days, the heavier traffic congestions on the roads and intersections have resulted due to intense
growth of vehicles. The condition is even worse during the traffic peak time. Vehicle crashes are a major concern in
rapidly growing the urban areas. If the intersection is not well designed, it will increase the travel time of vehicles and
also cause more traffic accidents. Besides, if the design of intersection is not proper, road surface deterioration will be
more at the intersection area due to many factors such as frequent start stop slow speed and so on. Therefore, it becomes
necessary to design the intersection appropriately. The WHO estimates reported almost 1.3 million people die each year
in road accident. So this throws light on the magnitude of the road safety and also indicates requirements of necessary
improvements. As per recent scenario Udhana Darwaja will be taken as study area and work comprises of geometric
improvement at the Udhana Darwaja intersection. The purpose of this study is to make and attempt towards road safety
for user and the need for design of an intersection.

Published

2018-04-25

How to Cite

Jignesh Patel, Radhesh Bhagat, Yash Bhuta, Bhavin Chaudhari, & Hiten Kheni. (2018). A Review on Junction Redevelopment for Traffic Congested Area. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 5(4), 1386–1391. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/5528

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