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Case study

If you have several options to negotiate traffic lights or a few subsequent traffic lights, you can provide dynamic information on which route variant includes the least waiting time. On the cycle highway F59 (Netherlands), when travelling towards the train station in 's-Hertogenbosch, the cyclists need to get from the northeast to the southwest corner of the intersection of Orthenseweg with Citadellaan and Vogelstraat. Because all the crossings are bi-directional, the cyclists can choose whether to take first the crossing across the northern, then the western arm, or to take first the eastern, then southern arm. Special dynamic information was placed for the cyclists approaching the junction indicating which route is faster.