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Research Article

Year : 2018 | Volume: 4 | Issue: 2 | Pages: 1-7

Enhancing the Two-Wheeler Traffic Movement at Junctions

K Jude Nivins1*, Joe Alison Tuffarel2

http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.18831/djcivil.org/12018021001

Corresponding author

K Jude Nivins*

PG Student, Department of Civil Engineering, St. Peters University.

  • 1. PG Student, Department of Civil Engineering, St. Peters University.

Received on: 2018/02/08

Revised on: 2018/03/22

Accepted on: 2018/03/24

Published on: 2018/04/02

Abstract

To attempt a proposal with an ideology for enhancing an urban traffic junction, an isolated subway to by-pass the two wheeler traffic is presented. At the particular intersection of the three or more roads, subways from all the sides meet at a roundabout below the existing road level, so that the two-wheelers can descend through the inlet subway, choose their respective road at the roundabout and ascend ahead in the decided direction through the outlet subway.

Keywords

Junction enhancement, Two-wheeler traffic flow, Two-wheeler subway, Traffic reduction, Two-wheeler free flow.