Traffic Quarterly – 1952

Traffic Quarterly – 1952

January 06, 1952  | ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JANUARY 1952

Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Moving Traffic in Time of Disaster

CHARLES G. GONTER

Planning the New Jersey Turnpike

CHARLES M. NOBLE

One-way Avenues, Re-timed Signals Improve Manhattan Traffic

T.T. WILEY

Layout and Design of Parking Lots: Aesthetic Considerations

HAROLD M. LEWIS AND C. EARL MORROW

Street and Traffic Management: A New Approach

MAYOR ALBERT E. COBO

The ‘Yield-Right-of-Way’ Sign

PAUL W. RICE

Sizes of State Highway Systems

ROY E. JORGENSEN

The Mid-Manhattan Bus Terminal of New York’s Port Authority

AUSTIN J. TOBIN

Honolulu’s Mauka Arterial

ROBERT M. BELT

Transit Traffic Engineering

BURTON H. SEXTON

A Study of a School Crossing Hazard

ROBERT D. DIER

The Department Store and Parking

CHARLES O. PRATT

Effect of Financial Responsibility Law on Accident Reporting

ALFRED M. KAHL AND A. R. LAUER

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, APRIL 1952

Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Why Toll Roads?

WILFRED OWEN AND CHARLES DEARING

The Annual Inventory of City Traffic Safety Activities

HARRY PORTER, JR.

Transportation Mobilizes for Defense

JAMES K. KNUDSON

Firm Traffic Enforcement

GEORGE D. NELSON

Traffic Surveys for Indiana Cities

NORMAN F. SHAFER

Use of a Transposed Traffic Flow for Highway Safety

J.J. JENKINS, JR.

The Effect of Roadside Features on Traffic Accidents

J. CARL McMONAGLE

The Uses of Scale Models

LEONARD N. ABRAMS

The Connecticut Point System

CHARLES F. KELLEY

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JULY 1952

Driver I. Q.

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

New York Uses a Mechanical Brain to Aid Traffic Court Problems

JOHN M. MURTAGH

Compulsory Insurance Compared with Financial Responsibility Laws

RAY MURPHY

Portland Protects Its Pedestrians

DOROTHY MCCULLOUGH LEE

Coordinating All Parking Facilities Under the Unified “System Concept”

DAVID R. LEVIN

Scientific Toll Collection: New Traffic Engineering Problem

LEO J. MARGOLIN

Impounding in the Nation’s Capital

JOHN J. AGNEW

Balancing the Highway Needs for Both Rural and Urban Areas

DEWITT C. GREER

Traffic Engineering in Switzerland

DR. KURT LEIBERBRAND

Emergency Highway Needs in Virginia

C.E. FRITTS AND J. O. GRANUM

Safeguarding School Crossings

DR. B. L. CORBETT

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, OCTOBER 1952

Where to Begin

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Action Program for Highway Safety: A Design for Living

CHARLES SAWYER

Land Value Along the Gulf Freeway in Houston, Texas

HERBERT W. ELDER

Will Large Cities Finally Succumb to Transportation Crises?

WILBUR S. SMITH AND THEODORE MATSON

Parking Plans for Shopping Centers

KENNETH C. WELCH AND BRUNO FUNARO

The Theory of Traffic Control

THEODORE CAPLOW

Parkington: Shopping Center Design

R.H. TATLOW III

The Grand Rapids Plan

HOWARD F. BAXTER

Parking Problems and Solutions in Tennessee-Style

PAN DODD WHEELER

The Berkeley Plan: A Cooperative Parking Lot Project

JAMES W. MEYER AND RICHARD GALLAGHER

Off-Street Parking in Columbus

WILLIAM R. MORRIS

Psychological Factors in Driving

DR. D. J. VAN LENNEP

A Review: Statistical Techniques for the Traffic Analyst

F. HOUSTON WYNN AND WILLIAM R. MCGRATH

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