Traffic Quarterly – 1959

Traffic Quarterly – 1959

January 27, 1959  | ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JANUARY 1959

Poor Drivers: An Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Traffic Improvement, Urban Renewal

RICHARD L. STEINER

A Freeway System for California

SENATOR RANDOLPH COLLIER

Freeway Entrance and Exit Controls

ALFRED BERARDUCCI AND JOHN J. DOBELEK

Ribbon Development in Australia

W.G. FAITHFULL

The Pittsburgh Transportation and Traffic Program

MICHAEL J. GITTENS

New Approach Needed to Finance Metropolitan Transportation

LENNOX L. MOAK

Increasing City Street Capacity

W.R. BELLIS

Tourists and Traffic in Hawaii and in Miami Beach, Florida

DONALD H. WOLBRINK AND FREDERIC M. ROBINSON

Co-operative Expressway Planning in the Tulsa Metropolitan Area

SHERMAN W. GRISELLE AND HERBERT S. LEVINSON

Monitoring Traffic Speed and Volume

EDMUND R. RICKER

Lansing’s One-Way Street System

ALLEN T. HAYES

Parking Comes of Age

ALLAN H. ROGERS

Traffic and Rebuilding Cities

WILBUR S. SMITH

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, APRIL 1959

Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Can Cities Survive Automobile Age? New Haven Used as a Test Case

EDWARD J. LOGUE

Express Highway Design

CHARLES M. NOBLE

The Garden State Parkway’s Economic Impact in New Jersey

D. LOUIS TONTI

Scientific Research in the Field of Transportation Engineering

MARTIN WOHL AND A. S. LANG

Attitudes, Emotions, Accidents

BRUCE D. GREENSHIELDS, C.E., PH.D.

The Community Service Station

K.W. WALTER

Zoning Related to General Programs for Parking Relief

OSCAR SUTTERMEISTER

Nashville’s Loading-Zone Policy

J.M. HUNNICUTT, JR.

The Pedestrian Safety Campaign in New York City

THOMASJ.MCINERNEY

Parking Facilities Developed in Merchant-City Programs

ROBERT E. WHITESIDE

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JULY 1959

Drivers: An Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

The National Highway Program

ELLIS L. ARMSTRONG

The Research in Highway Planning and Research in Construction

G. DONALD KENNEDY

Economic Impacts of Expressways in Dallas and San Antonio

WILLIAM G. ADKINS

Freeways Alone Are Not Enough

SEYMOUR S. TAYLOR

Palo Alto’s Urban Renewal Plan

LEON K. RIMOV

Some Traffic Factors in the Central Area Development

CARL W. ALMBLAD

Lighting the Connecticut Turnpike

NEWMAN E. ARGRAVES

New Orleans’ Seven-Cent Bus Fare

PAUL L. RISTROPH

Traffic Engineering in Public Works

GEORGE J. FISHER

Urban Renewal and Transportation

WILLIAM H. CLAIRE

The Multiple Regression Method of Forecasting Traffic Volumes

SAM OSOFSKY

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, OCTOBER 1959

Small City Futures: An Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Highway Financing and the Interstate System

MAJOR GENERAL LOUIS W. PRENTISS, U.S. ARMY (RET.)

Planned Demand For Transportation

T. LEDYARD BLAKEMAN

The Optimum Spacing of Arterials and of Expressways

ROGER L. CREIGHTON, IRVING HOCH AND MORTON SCHNEIDER

A Downtown Shopping Center

FRED FORMAN

Financing A Highway Program

ROBINSON NEWCOMB

Influencing Adult Drivers’ Behavior

JOHN J. HALL

Transportation a Builder of Cities

JOHN G. B. HUTCHINS

Accidents on Oklahoma Turnpikes

W.D. HOBACK

Are Urban Renewal Programs For Large Cities Only?

JOSEPH A. GERAK

National Traffic Safety Services

C.A. GOODWIN

Milwaukee Land Use and Zoning

CHARLES BALL

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