2 edition of comparison of four techniques for inventorying man-made impacts along roadways. found in the catalog.
comparison of four techniques for inventorying man-made impacts along roadways.
Dale R. Potter
Written in English
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Using Syracuse, New York, Los Angeles, California, and Memphis, Tennessee as case studies, this book explores the impacts that urban freeway development have had on American cities in the mid-to-late twentieth century.
It is based on Ellis' earlier dissertation work at the University of California, Vision of Urban Freeways, MIT. roadways receive a large mix of residential traffic along with trash trucks and delivery trucks.
The formula (2) can be used for roadways with both commercial and residential traffic, but should not be used for commercial areas greater than ten acres. If the area is greater than ten acres, a traffic study should be conducted.
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