Highway Traffic: Including a Program, by Nelson P. Lewis, for a Study of All Communication Facilities Within the Region of New York and Its Environs ...
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Maps and Diagrams Illustrating Physical Conditions and System
The Highway Traffic Problem in New York and Its Environs
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42d Street 59th Street accidents arterial routes average borough of Manhattan Boston Post Road Boulevard Bronx Brooklyn building heights by-pass carried cent central city line connection construction curves diagram district elevated railway environs estimated existing facilities Fifth Avenue figures grade crossings hattan highway traffic Holland Tunnel Hudson River ferries increase indicated Jersey length of haul Lincoln Highway loading Long Island Manhattan Bridge maximum hourly traffic Merrick Road miles per hour motor buses motor truck Nassau County Newark north and south number of persons number of vehicles obtained origins and destinations Parkway passenger persons per motor points population problem proposed Queens Queensboro Bridge Railroad Regional Plan regulation result roadway shows space surface cars Table taxicabs tion total number traffic counts Trolley tracks typical unloading vehicles per hour vehicular traffic vehicular tunnel velocity weekday Westchester County widening width Yonkers York Authority York City York region