Site Impact of New Developments
Traffic studies which relate to specific development projects and their impacts are becoming a major part of transportation planning practice. Rapid suburbanization of development has...

Mall
In order to get its citizens back on its downtown streets after 6 PM, Milwaukee decided to build a mall, combining new buildings along with renovations of existing buildings. The problem...

Bus Interface at a Regional Shopping Center

Two Pacific Region Peoplemovers

Building Development on a Municipal Refuse Fill

The Wrong Way Is Sometimes the Right Way
The City of Chicago is on the verge of implementing two mojor contraflow bus lanes on existing CBD major Normally, this type of exclusive preferential bus treatment has been restricted...

Albany South Mall: Largest State Government Complex
Among the nominees for the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award of 1976, the Albany Mall, consisting of 12 major structures, is here described with many photos and sketches....

California Coastal Commission Accepts Advice from ASCE on Earthquake Design Controversy
A case history is described of an ASCE section (San Francisco) causing a public agency to change its position with respect to earthquake design criteria. The California Central Regional...

The Three Ages of Philadelphia
Philadelphia was founded in 1682 when a shipload of 70 arrived with William Penn from England. Origins of this all-religious colony are described. Though a half-century younger than New...

Washington, D.C. Mall Tunnel
The 4,002 ft (1220 m) cut and cover tunnel crossing the Mall just west of the U.S. Capitol created some unusual construction and design problems. Three areas warrant special mention. These...

Transportation Access to Special Generators
Special traffic generators, e.g., airports, universities, shopping centers, and hospitals, place special demands upon the transportation system. Access problems are frequently reflected...

Pedestrian Mall: Purpose, Form, Design, Success

Mall Planning Strategy

The Constructed Environment with Man as the Measure as Part of the Quality System in Construction
Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference held at Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, California, November 3-8, 1974. Sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers....

Standards for Community and Regional Shopping
Standards for shopping centers must be thought of in terms of guide lines rather than standards, except for definitions of neighborhood, community and regional shopping centers which are...

Standards for Community and Regional Shopping Centers

Economic Guidelines for Community and Regional Shopping Centers

Zoning Standards for Community and Regional Shopping Centers

 

 

 

 

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