Road transportation networks are experiencing ever growing recurrent congestion and non-recurrent in developing China, which is a concurrent event. This paper takes Jingzang Expressway(G6) as an example, describes the saturation flow along the G6 compared with its designed capacity by the actual volume of each segment according to the density and structural characteristics of cars and trucks, and presents the congestion evolution in the past three years. Then provide inharmonious surveillance analysis among regions along this highway and game behavior between administers and carriers based on cost analysis. Finally, we point out that congestion is not only the road itself problems but also a social system problem, which should be transformed in the long term. Now we can apply some Intelligent Transport System to mitigate congestion.
Wang, Xiaoxia; Shang, Yue; Liu, Wei; and Chang, Xing, "The Congestion Evolution of Jingzang Expressway and the Analysis on Participants’ Behavior" (2012). Eleventh Wuhan International Conference on e-Business. 10.