Access Management — Myth or Realityby Herbert S. Levinson, Herbert S. Levinson, Transportation Consultant, New Haven, United States,
Frank J. Koepke, Herbert S. Levinson, Transportation Consultant, New Haven, United States,
Abstract: The concept of access management has emerged over the past decade as a means of preserving the functional integrity of the arterial road system while simultaneously providing access to adjoining land. It is a new response to the problems of traffic congestion, capacity loss, and accidents that plague the Nation's streets and highways. Author describes in detail the Access Management concept, practices, and Survey.
Subject Headings: Highway and road management | Traffic capacity | Traffic accidents | Highway engineering | Traffic surveys | Traffic congestion | Traffic models
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