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Traffic Quarterly – 1972

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for January 1972

 

Editorial

 

A System to Identify Hazardous Locations and Elements

RALPH R. BARTELSMEYER

 

The Air City

EDWARD N. HALL

 

Public Transportation and the Needs of New Communities

MARJORIE A. SALLEY

 

Transportation Planning Integrated in the Overall Planning Process

FRANS H. J. KOELMAN

 

Fundamental Air Pollution Considerations for Urban and Transportation Planners

EDWIN W. HAUSER, LEONARD B. WEST, JR., A. RICHARD SCHLEICHER

 

The Mythology of Urban Transportation

JOHN B. RAE

 

The Stepwise Planning Procedure: Critical and Noncritical Phases with Respect to Error Contribution

SVERRE STRAND

 

The Economics of Government Bus Services in Australia

GEORGE R. WEBB

 

Reversible Roadway Controls

WILLIAM H. LATHROP, JR.

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for April 1972

 

Editorial

 

The Promise of Space

DR. WERNHER VON BRAUN

 

The Inevitable Compromise – Highways vs. the Environment

E. GROSVENOR PLOWMAN AND EDGAR A. IMHOFF

 

Public Acceptance of an Attitudinal Transit Questionnaire

PETER STRAUS AND GEORGE L. PETERSON

 

The Urban Rush Hour: An Analysis of the Yonge Street, Toronto Subway System

JAMES C. PLEWES AND MAURICE H. YEATES

 

Information Systems in Terminals

EDMUND J. CANTILLI AND JOHN J. FRUIN

 

The Use of a Multiple Routing Technique for One-Pass Capacity Restraint Assignments

BRUNO R. WILDERMUTH

 

A Victory for Conservation?

JOHN M. MCGINTY AND GERALD L. SNYDER

 

Introduction to the City of Boston Taxicab Industry

KEVIN G. BARBERA

 

Economy in Data Collection for Planning Studies

GEORGE E. MOUCHAHOIR

 

What Happens after the Accident?

FREDERICK J. WEGMANN, WILLIAM D. WYANT, AND ROBERT JORDAN, JR

 

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for July 1972

 

Editorial

 

The Administrative Adjudication of Traffic Violations in New York City

VINCENT L. TOFANY

 

Traffic Operations Program to Increase Capacity and Safety

JAMES D. LACY

 

Impact of Reduced Transit Fares for the Elderly

LESTER A. HOEL AND ERVIN S. ROSZNER

 

A Pedestrian Traffic Model for Town Centers

JANNE SANDAHL AND MARTIN PERCIVALL

 

The Shirley Highway Project: Achieving Effective Intergovernmental Cooperation

GEORGE A. AVERY AND JAMES C. ECHOLS

 

A New Approach to Transportation Systems Modeling

DANA E. LOW

 

Planning and Design Guidelines for Mode Transfer Facilities

STEPHEN G. PETERSEN AND ROBERT H. BRASWELL

 

Priority Programming for Arizona Highways

WILLIAM E. WILLEY

 

Planning for PRT

JOHN M. NEWMAN

 

Model Cities Transportation Study: Determining the Needs and Desires of Low-Income People in Atlanta, Georgia

JAMES W. LEE AND DONALD O. COVAULT

 

 

Traffic Quarterly

Table of Contents for October 1972

 

Editorial

 

The Jeepneys of Manila

SIGURD GRAV

 

Future Energy Sources for Transportation

C. WILLIAM SAVERY

 

Evaluation of Federal Effort in Mass Transportation

GEORGE MARTIN SMERK

 

Transportation Aspects of Multi Use Centers (MUC)

PETER W. KWANTES

 

Marketing Programs for Mass Transit

FREDERICK J. BEIER

 

Some Problems with Urban Transportation Planning Models

ROBERT G. MCGILLIVRAY

 

The Commuter and “Park and Ride”

S. STUART BAILEY AND HARRY T. DIMITRIOU

 

Modal Split of Freight Traffic

VASANT H. SURTI AND ALI EBRAHIMI

 

A Computer Simulation Model of Driver Vision While Merging from a Freeway On-Ramp

KUMARES C. SINHA AND PHILIP H. DE CABOOTER

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