Improved street utilization through traffic engineering: proceedings
Highway Research Board, National Research Council, 1967 - Traffic engineering - 234 pages
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IMPROVEMENT PRIORITIESTHE FACTUAL APPROACH
DIRECTIONAL FLOW IMPROVEMENTS ON URBAN STREETS
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accident experience accident rate accident reduction approach arterial streets Avenue average City of Phoenix congestion construction coordination cost crosswalks culs-de-sac curb parking delay Department driveway driving Edens Expressway effect Federal Highway Administration Figure Freeway increase indications Injury installed left-turn locations Louis County major street major traffic mast arm median miles motorists movement number of accidents off-street parking officials one-way operation one-way street pavement markings peak hour pedestrian signals percent period Phoenix problems Rear-end reduced residential reversible lane right-angle Road roadway routes rush hours safety signalized intersections STOP signs street system street utilization Table tion total accidents Traffic Code Traffic Control Devices Traffic Engineering traffic flow traffic improvement traffic signal traffic volume Turn Lane urban areas veh/day vehicles vehicular Washington width Wilbur Smith Wilshire Boulevard YIELD signs