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Published: Građevinar 70 (2018) 7
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Estimating percent-time-spent-following on two-lane rural roads

Boris Čutura, Dražen Cvitanić, Ivan Lovrić

Abstract

Two-lane rural roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina take up the highest percentage of the national road network and thus carry almost the entire heavy traffic. That is why long platoons are often formed on such roads, vehicle speed is low, and traffic density is high. In order to improve the quality of traffic, it is necessary to determine the level of service for the existing situation and for alternatives involving reconstruction of critical elements along this road network. The percent-time-spent-following is studied in this paper as it is an appropriate measure for determining efficiency of two-lane rural roads.

Keywords
percent-time-spent-following, two-lane roads, headway time

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Čutura, B., Cvitanić, D., Lovrić, I.: Estimating percent-time-spent-following on two-lane rural roads, GRAĐEVINAR, 70 (2018) 7, pp. 563-570, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2240.2017

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Čutura, B., Cvitanić, D., Lovrić, I. (2018). Estimating percent-time-spent-following on two-lane rural roads, GRAĐEVINAR, 70 (7), 563-570, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2240.2017

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Authors:
bcutura WEB
Boris Čutura
Unversity of Mostar
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Cvitanic Drazen
Dražen Cvitanić
University of Split
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy
ilovric WEB
Ivan Lovrić
University of Mostar,
Faculty of Civil Engineering