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Strategic guidelines for intelligent traffic control

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Silfredo Damian Vergara Danies ,
Silfredo Damian Vergara Danies

Universidad de la Guajira, La Guajira, Colombia

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Daniela Carolina Ariza Celis ,
Daniela Carolina Ariza Celis

Universidad de la Guajira, La Guajira, Colombia

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Liseth Maria Perpiñan Duitama ,
Liseth Maria Perpiñan Duitama

Universidad de la Guajira, La Guajira, Colombia

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Abstract

The objective of this study was to establish strategic guidelines to solve the existing vehicular mobility problems in the District of Riohacha, proposing the adoption of advanced technologies to optimize traffic management in the city. The methodology of the study consisted in the application of surveys and the review of relevant bibliography. The results allowed the identification of various intelligent traffic control tools used in different regions of the world, determining their applicability and benefits for the context of Riohacha, where there was a notable lack of traffic signals. It was concluded that the implementation of the technological tools proposed in this study could offer effective solutions to the mobility challenges faced by the District of Riohacha.

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Vergara Danies SD, Ariza Celis DC, Perpiñan Duitama LM. Strategic guidelines for intelligent traffic control. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Jun. 12 [cited 2024 May 24];2:51. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/51

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