Commuter Infiltration, The Unaddressed Issueby Thomas J. Boyd, Boyle Engineering Corp, Newport Beach, United States,
T. C. Sutaria, Boyle Engineering Corp, Newport Beach, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Site Impact Traffic Assessment: Problems and Solutions
Abstract: Traffic Impact Reports usually assign project-related traffic only to the adjacent collector and arterial highways. Usually the reports do not attempt to address possible commuter infiltration into adjoining neighborhoods. With the Nation's thoroughfares becoming more and more congested, motorists are increasingly taking alternate routes through residential neighborhoods. Complaints on the quality and quantity of residential traffic is growing and gaining the attention of the elected and government officials.
Subject Headings: Traffic surveys | Commute | Infiltration | Residential location | Transportation networks | Traffic analysis | Traffic management | Streets
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