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Review of Traffic Behavior and Simulation Research after Disaster

Jun Zhao

Abstract


Cities are densely populated, economically developed, and highly concentrated in social wealth. They are also areas with high social vulnerability to natural disasters. The unpredictability and randomness of unexpected events put forward higher requirements for urban emergency transportation under natural disasters. In order to reduce the losses caused to the city by natural disasters, implement traffic management in an orderly way and improve the efficiency of emergency evacuation, the traffic behavior and the application of traffic simulation technology in emergency evacuation of emergencies at home and abroad are compared and analyzed. Focus on natural disasters and post-disaster related research in economically developed areas of China, and explore the reference of advanced research methods abroad in China's actual environment.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mt.v7i1.1385

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