Influence of weather conditions on the traffic flow parameters
Changes in weather conditions affect people's lifestyle in many ways. This paper presents the influence of weather conditions on the parameters of traffic flows on a two - lane suburban road. Main goal for comparing parameters of traffic flow for bad and good weather conditions is to draw conclusions about which parameters and to what extent are affected by different weather conditions. Based on the foreign literature, it is necessary to define an appropriate research methodology adapted to local conditions and apply it in an adequate way in order to obtain the most accurate results and draw conclusions. In this study, the influence of rainfall on the reduction of anxiety and traffic flow in the vicinity of the town of Loznica is presented. Based on meteorological data for 2019, a sample of days and hours when it rained was determined and compared with days when there was no precipitation.
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