Operation Problems on Controlled-Access Highways

by Charles M. Noble,

Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1958, Vol. 123, Issue 1, Pg. 858-867

Document Type: Journal Paper


Advantages of controlled access highway; facilities necessary to provide for comfort and safety; motor fuel, water, food, comfort, policing, fire department, communications, traffic operations, first aid and ambulance, wrecking, flat tire and towing services are described. (see also Traffic Eng v 27 n 10, 11 July 1957 p 457-8, 476, Aug p 509-11)

Subject Headings: Highways and roads | Traffic safety | Water transportation | Fire resistance | Fuels | Emergency management | Water policy | Vehicle-pavement interaction

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