Carlos F. Daganzo
Chancellor's Professor of the Graduate School
(510) 643-8919 fax
416A McLaughlin Hall
Public transportation; traffic; networks; transportation science. The following animations highlight some findings. See also publications page.
|INCREASING INTERSECTION CAPACITY:
See how innovative sorting strategies can help eliminate spillover.
|INSTABILITY OF TRAFFIC NETWORKS:
See how turning causes traffic networks to become unbalanced.
|PREVENTING BUSES FROM COMING IN BUNCHES:
See how technology can eliminate the problem.
|MACROSCOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DIAGRAM:
What can perimeter control do to improve mobility in cities?
|THE NATURE OF URBAN TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK:
This game shows how gridlock develops and how to prevent it.
|DISCRETIZATION OF CONTINUUM APPROXIMATIONS:
See how simulations solve complex optimal facility location problems.
How are traffic queues created? Why does the discharge flow from a bottleneck drop after queue formation?
This simulation reveals some insight to the problem.
|TRAFFIC JAMS FROM NOWHERE:
Have you ever driven out of a traffic jam only to find that nothing was apparently causing it?
Here is an explanation.