## Peak hour volume

Peak hour volume
We are 3 people in this project, the project is calculating the “Peak Hour” for 6 intersection around the campus, and we want to see how the cars and the pedestrian are Intersects with each other, especially that there are a lot of students walk around and to-from the campus.
– 6 intersection
– We count the cars and the pedestrian that cross the intersections.
– For each intersection we count in 3 times periods, the cars & pedestrian:
* Morning, from 7:30am till 9:30am, divides into 8 periods, every 15 min.
* Noon, from 11:00am till 1:00 pm, divides into 8 periods, every 15 min.
* After noon, from 4:00pm till 6:00pm, divides into 8 periods, every 15 min.
– For the pedestrian we even count whoever cross with the walking signal light and whoever cross without the signal. We call them “Compliant & Non-Compliant”.
-We also count the time for the signal light for the pedestrian, to know if we should make any suggestions later for the pedestrian’s benefit.

-After we done counting all the cars. We applied the equation for the Peak Hour on each time period, by taking the 4 Highest numbers on that period.
(Peak Hour Factor) PHF =
– We added 6 data charts for each intersection showing the volume of the cars and the pedestrian in the 3 times periods combined in a raw.