In Ghana, most junctions are managed by semi - Intelligent Traffic
Systems with a fixed-time traffic control. This has become possible due to
the advancement of the transport management. Despite these
technologies, traffic control is still an issue as policemen sometimes
direct traffic even when there are working traffic lights. This is so
because the systems have not been adjusted properly to help with good
traffic flow. This paper will not focus on exploring how to measure these
intelligent systems. It will focus on how Roundabouts since they are often
used at large intersections in Ghana. With no intelligent traffic system, the
traffic wardens manage traffic. Performance will be based on comparison
with existing models. Through the results, this dissertation will outline the
benefits of using such a system and the chain reaction it will cause.
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