Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Online ISSN : 1881-1124
E: Regional Planning and Environment
To What Extent Does Land Use Catchment Lead to the Design of Junction along EDSA?
Rachelle Anne DE MESAAlan JEFFERYDr Chandra BALIJEPALLI
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2017 Volume 12 Pages 1114-1130

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The coordination of transport and land use have proven to be difficult in the developing world. Three junctions along EDSA (Epifanio de Los Santos Avenue) were analysed and investigated upon how land use affects the behaviour of traffic on a theoretical basis of trip generation. Each junction was modelled on VISSIM, and this paper uses average speed, queue length and average delay as assessment indicators to conduct the comparison. The relationship between the land use pattern and traffic activity was evident in each case study with regard to the occupancy of land. Thus, stronger implementation of policies and better governance is required to alleviate the issues found and raised from each of the case studies and literature.

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