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Traffic Quarterly – 1971

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for January 1971

 

Editorial

 

Highway Share of Intercity Shipments by Manufacturers in the United States

DONALD E. CHURCH

 

Deck Parking at a Regional Shopping Center

JACK H. PEARLSTONE, JR.

 

Urban Goods Movement Research – A Proposed Approach

STAN LEY J. HILLE

 

Fostering Technological Innovation in Urban Transportation Systems

MARTIN WACHS

 

Planning for Pedestrians

JAMES ANTONIOU

 

Transportation Plan – Melbourne 1985

JOHN BAYLEY

 

The Flyda Mini-Bus System

FRANCIS C. PERROTT

 

Dirt Roads in Exurbia

EUGENE M. SCHEEL

 

Economic Biases in Urban Transportation and Implementation

EDMUND H. MANTELL

 

Some New Departures in Controlling Drunk Drivers

JOSEPH W. LITTLE

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for April 1971

 

Editorial

 

The Highway Research Board: New Horizons at Age 50

D. GRANT MICKLE

 

Outdoor Noise, Transportation, and City Planning

MELVILLE C. BRANCH, JR

 

Housing, Transportation, and Urban Planning – An Assessment of Some Major Metropolitan Problems

S.S. MORRIS

 

The Wet-Pavement Accident Problem: Breaking Through

M. EARL CAMPBELL

 

Modification of Driver Behavior vs. Modification of the Driving Environment

DAVID KLEIN AND JULIAN A. WALLER

 

Transportation Needs of the Elderly

JONI K. MARKOVITZ

 

People and Auto Debris: Potential Solutions

RICHARD N. FARMER

 

Socioeconomic Implications of Airport Planning

AXEL JEROME AND JOSEF NATHANSON

 

Car-wash Facilities and Gasoline Retailing

R. JAMES CLAUS, WALTER G. HARDWICK, AND DAVID ROTHWELL

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for July 1971

 

Editorial

 

Urban Goals and Priorities: The Increasing Role of Transportation Planning

MICHAEL CAFFERTY

 

The Lindenwold Line – Successful Rail Rapid Transit

LOUIS T. KLAUDER

 

Defining Balanced Transportation – A Question of Opportunity

GEORGE V. WICKSTROM

 

We Prefer Toll Revenue Bonds, Because –

GEORGE MCKELVEY

 

The Emerging Statewide Transportation Planning Process

FREDERICK J. WEGMANN AND EVERETT C. CARTER

 

Pedestrian Accident Prevention

JASON C. YU

 

Must Something Be Done about Traffic Congestion?

MARTIN WOHL

 

Are Transportation Companies and One Regulatory Agency Requisite to Physical Distribution Management?

GRANT M. DAVIS

 

Conceptualization and Use of Road Safety and Traffic Engineering Formulas

ANTHONY PERANIO

 

Zoning and Loading Controls

GEORGE E. KANAAN AND DAVID K. WITHEFORD

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for October 1971

 

Editorial

 

Fallout From a Golden Anniversary

PAUL G. HOFFMAN

 

The First Consideration

J. EDGAR HOOVER

 

Time for New Decisions in Highway Safety

HOWARD PYLE

 

Traffic Law Enforcement: Where Do We Go From Here?

FRANKLIN M. KREML

 

Traffic Engineering – Whence and Whither

BURTON W. MARSH

 

Responsible Concern for Safety

WILLIAM V. LUNEBURG

 

Highway Design and Construction Related to Traffic Operations and Safety

CHARLES M. NOBLE

 

Public Transportation as Part of Total Urban Transportation

WALTER S. DOUGLAS

 

The Role of Air Travel in Transportation Systems

STUART G. TIPTON

 

The Driver License Administrator – Doctor, Lawyer, License Chief!

LOUIS P. SPITZ

 

The Road Ahead for Traffic Safety?

JOHN V. GRIMALDI

 

The Importance of Commercial Carriers in Total Transportation

HAROLD F. HAMMOND

 

A History of the Eno Foundation: A Story of Transportation Research, Education, and Practice

 

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