It models the traffic in the Italian city of Bologna, on a typical day between 8AM and 9AM, with more than 22000 vehicles.
The data has been generated starting from Induction Loops, obtained thanks to the iTetris EU Project , and COLOMBO EU Project . It has then updated for the latest version of SUMO, and evaluated in .
In these two images it is possible to see (top) the modeled scenario, with the roads of Bologna highlighted in blue. A density snapshot of the traffic scenario is on the image on the bottom, where darker colors represent a higher density of vehicles.
The complete scenario can be downloaded here [Version 1.0].
If you use the scenario in your simulations, please cite .
In  we present an extended version of the scenario, where we consider a full day in the city of Bologna. More details can be found in . For this study, we provide the O-D matrices in O-format. If you use this data in your work, please cite .
The OD matrices can be downloaded here [OD Matrices].
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 Caiati V., Bedogni L., Bononi L., Ferrero F., Fiore M., Vesco A., “Estimating Urban Mobility with Open Data: A Case Study in Bologna”. to appear on Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) (ISC2 2016), September 2016, Trento, Italy