Planning urban arterial and freeway systems: a recommended practice
The Institute, 1988 - Transportation - 60 pages
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AASHTO Accident experience activity centers air quality arterial and freeway arterial roadways Arterial Spacing arterial street arterial system basic beneﬁts bicycle capacity carpools Chapter classiﬁcations CLOVERLEAF INTERCHANGES conﬁguration conﬂicts congestion construction continuity corridor costs deﬁciency deﬁned density difﬁcult downtown effective efﬁcient elected ofﬁcials evaluation existing system freeway system fuel consumption function future goals and objectives grade separating Guidelines high-occupancy vehicles highway identiﬁed IIIII impacts implementation increase interchanges intersections joint development land access lanes Level of Service major measures mobility modes modiﬁcations needs options pedestrian priorities programs rapid transit reduce reﬂect residential right-of-way role selected service roads signal signiﬁcant speciﬁc speed square mile street system sufﬁcient System Improvements tion trafﬁc ﬂow trafﬁc management trafﬁc volumes transit system TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS transportation plan transportation system management travel demand trips truck TSM Actions urban areas urban arterial urban freeways urban road system urban roadway system vehicle-miles of travel