Arterial Performance Measures

About the Workshop

Join Darcy Bullock for an opportunity to learn about the latest research on arterial performance measurement. Learn about a signal timing optimization study for 8 signals on an Indiana DOT Arterial

Understand the use of Bluetooth Probe Vehicle Data to monitor performance measures including:

• Minimizing stops
• Minimizing delay
• Maximizing arrivals on green

Hear about the results of this study including reduced corridor travel time and improved travel time reliability

Discover how Indiana DOT is expanding this concept to other systems.

There is no cost to attend this session and lunch will be provided. The workshop is equal to 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDH).

If you have any problems registering online or if you have additional questions on this workshop, please email Eric Lindstrom or contact him by phone at (208) 338-2683. We look forward to seeing you soon!

About the Presenter

Dr. Darcy Bullock, PE
Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University

Dr. Bullock is the Director of the Joint Transportation Research Program and a Professor in the School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University. He serves on the TRB Traffic Signal Systems Committee and is a registered Professional Engineer in Louisiana and Indiana. His research is in the general area of real-time traffic control, traffic signal performance measures, and probe vehicle travel time applications.