Traffic Quarterly – 1956

Traffic Quarterly – 1956

January 26, 1956  | ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JANUARY 1956

Better Driving

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Improving Highway Administration

W. L. HAAS

Traffic in Graduated Flow

KENNETH R. SCHNEIDER

Plans for Evacuating a Large City in Case of Atomic Attack

VAL PETERSON

A Turnpike-Expressway System for Oklahoma: A Plan

H. E. BAILEY

Travel Time and Planning

WILLIAM W. JOHNSTON

Financing by Revenue Bonds

WILLIAM F. MORGAN

University Campus Parking

WELLS BENNETT

Rapid Transit’s Value to a City

W. T. ROSSELL AND DAVID Q. GAUL

Lighting Our Streets and Highways

THOMAS J. SEBURN

Unbalanced Traffic Flow on Three-or-Four-Lane Streets

JOSEPH F. RICE

Airport-to-Downtown Bottleneck

JENNINGS RANDOLPH

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, APRIL 1956

Our Road Problem

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

The Interstate System

A. E. JOHNSON

Suburban Shopping Center Effects On Highways and Parking

HOMER HOYT

Urban Mass Transportation

GEORGE W. ANDERSON

Forecasting Zonal Traffic Volumes

HOWARD W. BEVIS

Establishing a Priority For Local Rural Road Improvements

JOHN E. BAERWALD

Internally-Illuminated Traffic Signs

ROBERT J. NEU

Seattle’s Curb Parking Rate Change

E. E. LEWARCH

Philadelphia’s New Program for Traffic Signal Modernization

STEPHEN F. BUTTERFIELD

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JULY 1956

Highway Progress

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

This Canadian Food Chain Develops Several Shopping Centers

HARRY SUFFRIN

Detroit That Makes Many Motorcars Must Also Park Them

J. D. MCGILLIS

The Influence of Expressways

WILLIAM J. MORTIMER

Traffic Engineering Techniques Applied in Los Angeles

LLOYD M. BRAFF

Co-ordinated Transportation

SAMUEL CASS and RAYMOND DESJARDINS

Traffic Engineering in Chattanooga

MARBLE J. HENSLEY

Driving Attitudes

HARRY W. CASE and ROGER G. STEWART

Can The License-Plate Method Be Used for Traffic Surveys?

POUL KRYGER and K. A. OTTESEN

Human Relationships Are the Key to Effective Traffic Engineering

FRED J. HERRING

School Crossing Warrants Protect Kansas City Children

ROGER E. KUEHL and THOMAS J. SEBURN

Integrated Transportation Program

HARRY J. CASEY, JR.

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, OCTOBER 1956

Ten Years: An Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Financing Highways Now and in the Future

RICHARD M. ZETTEL

John F. Fitzgerald Expressway, Boston Central Artery

LEO F. DEMARSH

Precedent For Broad Traffic Powers Set by Court Rulings in Baltimore

MAYOR THOMAS D’ALESANDRO, JR.

Stretching the Transportation Dollar

WAYNE FRANCIS PALMER

Freeways and the Suburbs

ROBERT G. HENNES

The Co-ordination of Highway and Traffic Engineering

JOHN C. KOHL

Highway Programming in New Orleans Metropolitan Area

GRADY CARLISLE

Controlling Highway Access

J.W. GUYTON

New York City’s Traffic Presents a Problem Centuries Old

STEPHEN P. KENNEDY

Traffic Engineering and Planning At a High Level in State Government

PHILIP S. MANCINI

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