In general average headway is the reciprocal of flow. So, you have to count the number of vehicles in 5 minutes and the divide the time (that is 5*60 s = 300 s) with that number. You can also give the number of vehicles per hour (flow) and then divide 3600 with that flow value.

## Why is headway so important?

Headway is a key input in calculating the overall route capacity of any transit system. A system that requires large headways has more empty space than passenger capacity, which lowers the total number of passengers or cargo quantity being transported for a given length of line (railroad or highway, for instance).

From TransitWiki. In transit speak, “headway” is the amount of time between transit vehicle arrivals at a stop. A suburban route that has a bus once an hour would have a 60 minute headway. Frequent service buses in the US often have 10-15 minute headways.

Space headway is defined as the distance between corresponding points of two successive vehicles at any given time. Similarly, time headway is defined as the time difference between any two successive vehicles when they cross a given point.

The departure headway is one of the critical parameters to optimise and evaluate the design and timing of signalised intersections.

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## What is headway in public transportation?

Headway: The amount of time between consecutive trips in the same direction of travel. Headway is usually expressed in minutes. On routes with uneven headways (i.e. variation in times between buses), this measure is expressed as an “average headway.”

Time headway is defined as the time difference between any two successive vehicles when they cross a given point. Practically, it involves the measurement of time between the passage of one rear bumper and the next past a given point.

## Are you making headway in English?

If you make headway, you progress towards achieving something. He is not disappointed at the failure to make headway towards resolving their differences.

## Where did the term headway come from?

headway (n.) 1300, “main road, highway,” from Old English heafodweg; see head (adj.) + way (n.). Sense of “motion forward” first attested 1748, short for ahead-way; ultimately nautical (compare leeway).

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