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Three fundamental parameters distinguish a coordinated signal system: cycle length, offset and split. These settings are necessary inputs for coordination. Figure 6-5 shows the cycle length and set of splits for an intersection, along with the offset between two intersections and the relationship to the master clock. There are several ways these inputs can be interpreted by the controller and thus a description of how the inputs are used to develop the relationship between the various intersections is provided here.

Once the reference point is identified, the offset is defined as the time that elapses between when this reference point occurs at the master clock and when it occurs at the subject intersection. Figure 6-8 illustrates this concept. In this example, the offset reference point is at the start of coordinated phase yellow, and a cycle length of 100 seconds is used for both intersections. The offset of the intersection on the bottom of the figure is zero and thus matches the master clock, which is referenced to midnight. The top intersection is set to an offset of 30 seconds. The coordinated phase begins its yellow at 30 seconds and 130 seconds (12:00:30 AM and 12:02:10 AM), always 30 seconds after the bottom intersection. The relative offset is observed by the user from intersection to intersection, but this can be different from the offset to the master clock.

A time-space diagram is drawn with time on the horizontal axis and distance (from a reference point) on the vertical axis. The time is relative from the master clock described earlier. Vehicle trajectories are plotted on the time-space diagram and the difference in distance over time (distance divided by time, or change in y divided by x) represents the speed or a sloped line on the diagram. The trajectories always move left to right along with time, and as shown the distance traversed can be either northbound (bottom to top of the diagram) or southbound (top to bottom). Vehicles can have a positive or negative slope that indicates the movements on a street network. Stopped vehicles (no change in distance) are shown as horizontal lines. The assumed speed for coordination on the corridor may be the speed limit, the 85th-percentile speed, or a desired speed. The resulting speeds on the corridor are affected by the presence of other traffic, the signal timing settings, the acceleration and deceleration rates of the vehicles, and other elements within the streetscape. The acceleration rates are especially important considering the departures of standing queues at intersections.

When a signal controller begins to operate a new coordination pattern, it must establish the cycle length and offset of that pattern. The same applies when re-establishing an offset after a cycle is disrupted by preemption or a pedestrian time that exceeds the split time. By calculating back to the sync reference time (12:00 a.m. in the above example), the controller can determine when the offset reference point is scheduled to occur within the current cycle. In general, the next start-of-cycle time will be several seconds earlier or a few seconds later than the current cycle start time. The larger the difference between the two cycles and/or the offset values of the two patterns, the longer the transition will take. While central or master-based systems typically communicate the selection of a new timing plan to all signals in a group at the same time, the actual transition logic is executed independently at each signal, without explicit regard for the state of adjacent signals. Most controllers allow three or four transition modes, which govern the precise details of how the signal resynchronizes to the new cycle and offset. The transition modes differ significantly from one controller manufacturer to the next. Some vendors may also refer to transition as offset seeking, offset correction, or coordination correction (7). The next section gives a brief overview of signal timing during transition for the most commonly available transition modes. However, no matter which mode is selected, traffic control can be significantly less efficient during the transition between timing plans than it was during coordination.

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