Spatiotemporal clustering in urban transportation: a bus route case study in Washington D.C.

Special Interest Group on Spatial Information(2018)

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Public buses are an important part of the urban transportation mix. However, a considerable disadvantage of buses is their slow speed, which is in part due to frequent stops, but also due to the lack of segregation from other vehicles in traffic. As such, assessing bus routes and the respective sections that are prone to congestion is an important aspect of route planning, scheduling, and the creation of dedicated bus lanes. In this work we use bus tracking data from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, to discover speed patterns of specific bus routes in relation to the road network throughout the day. Specifically, we focus on using these patterns to identify free flow segments, bus stop locations, traffic light locations and road segments prone to congestion.
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