Article 6 # 3’2019

Nagrebelna Liydmila, Research Assistant, e-mail:, ORCID: 0000-0002-5615-9075 (the State Enterprise “M. P. Shulgin State Road Research Institute”)
DOI: 10.33868/0365-8392-2019-3-259-30-33

Abstract. The problems of efficient functioning of the city road network are outlined. The method by which it is possible to improve the functioning of the street-road network of Ukrainian cities is presented. Improving the efficiency of the urban road network is to use all the resources of this network to create the necessary languages for its reliable and efficient operation and reduce the negative effects of motorization.
It is proved that in order to ensure the effective functioning of the road network it is necessary to carry out a set of measures for the organization and management of traffic.
The purpose of this article is to identify factors that affect the deterioration of operating conditions; identify the conditions for the effective functioning of the road network; the choice of a model for the effective functioning of the street-road network of Ukrainian cities is grounded. Because the management impact on traffic flow can be estimated on the basis of the developed models.
Keywords: road network, efficient operation, methods, conditions.

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