Analysis of Road Service Demand Through Vehicle Flow Modeling

Analysis of Road Service Demand Through Vehicle Flow Modeling

Authors

  • Carlos Valero Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE
  • Ronny Bajaña Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53591/ArTeS.v1.i1.1675

Keywords:

Technology; non-traditional vehicle capacity; vial solution

Abstract

The reduction of the efficiency of road projects in Ecuador, in the context of evaluating vehicular flow and the demand for cutting-edge technology. Since vehicle flow modeling is imprecise, it is important to recognize that this situation denotes the need to use new technological and innovative methodologies. Unmanned aircraft (Drone); allow the behavior of moving objects to be observed in real-time, being a novel research technique that allows data to be obtained effectively, efficiently, economically, and less invasively. In the investigation, the aforementioned equipment was used with a flight duration given between 25 to 30 minutes; in addition, the vehicle content files allowed the information to be processed in a systematized way with digital exclusivity, recognizing that both the information of the technological method and in the traditional, record at 15-minute intervals. The methods allowed to determine the demand for road service; however. The research recognizes the importance of studying the participants within the movement and strengthening street culture, both in the pedestrian and the user.

Author Biographies

Carlos Valero, Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE

Born in the canton of Vinces, province of Los Ríos, Ecuador, in 1988 on March 22; Civil Engineer, graduated from the Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE de Guayaquil, in 2015; Master in Architecture mention Territorial Planning and Environmental Management, graduated from the University of Guayaquil, in the year 2020; Master in Civil Engineering with a mention in Sustainable Civil Construction, graduated from the Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE de Guayaquil, in 2021, Master in Occupational Health and Safety with a mention in Occupational Risk Prevention, from the Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE de Guayaquil, Doctoral student in Administration Management, at the Benito Juárez University, in Mexico.

Ronny Bajaña, Universidad Laica VICENTE ROCAFUERTE

Born in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador, on December 6, 1991, I attended high school at the National College "Vicente Rocafuerte" receiving a bachelor's degree in Science, and later obtained a university degree in Civil Engineering in June 2021 at the Lay University "Vicente Rocafuerte" of Guayaquil.
Works in the Public Company Joint Traffic Authority Guayas Center, in the Headquarters of Studies, Signage, and Traffic Lights, since 2019, fulfilling the functions of TRAFFIC STUDIES ANALYST, performing tasks in the field of Urban Mobility and Road Signaling in the Nobol, Lomas de Sargentillo, Colimes, Pedro Carbo, Isidro Ayora, and Santa Lucía cantons belonging to the province of Guayas.
He participated in the International Seminar "Seminar on Transportation Infrastructure Construction under Belt and Road Initiative" given in the People's Republic of China by the Ministry of Commerce on August 25, 2021.

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Published

2022-04-15

How to Cite

Valero, C., & Bajaña, R. (2022). Analysis of Road Service Demand Through Vehicle Flow Modeling. ArTeS: Architecture, Technology and Sustainability, 1(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.53591/ArTeS.v1.i1.1675

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