Access Control on Arterial Highways
Traffic service and land access are necessary but conflicting functions of a highway system. Observation of most urban and suburban arterial highways will show a process of sequential...

Developing Alternative Futures
The urbanization process has been shaped by the influences of networks of financial institutions, producing a high consumption and high energy-consuming individualized suburbanized pattern....

Changes in the Private Sector
Some of the environmental and growth limitation legislation is a concern with protecting that last white, middle-class haven — the suburbs. Interactions between the private and public...

Construction Productivity — How to Improve It
Construction productivity—in the design office, in the field, in public relations, in government regulations—was the subject of an ASCE Conference in suburban Chicago in August 1976. Some...

Community Role in Modal Choice for Transit System Planning
The Buffalo, N.Y., SMSA is currently anticipating the construction of a rail rapid transit system. This rail rapid transit system is to be contained in a central corridor going from the...

Carpools at Large Suburban Technical Center
A questionnaire survey on carpooling characteristics at a large suburban technical center in Warren, Mich. was carried out in early 1973. The survey showed that carpool participation increased...

Approaches for Improving Airport Access
There are two airport access travel markets: (1) the Central Business District-to-airport market; and (2) the suburban-to-airport market. Approaches for improving airport access include:...

A Modern Metropolis Looks Ahead
The expansion of the Master Plan for development of the Dallas, Tex., water utilities to the year 2000, for the distribution system, and 2050, for supply, is based on a thorough analysis...

Freeway Development Effects upon Adjacent Transit Usage
The relationship between development of the North-South freeway in Milwaukee County, Wis., and the transit patronage on adjacent bus routes of the Milwaukee and Suburban Transport Company...

Towards New Towns for America—Slowly
The number of New Towns in the United States depends on definition of the term. In 1969 HUD listed 63 projects claiming that classification, with ultimate populations varying from 5,000...

New Concepts in Suburban Drainage in Florida

Novel Features on Lindenwold Line
The new Lindenwold high speed rapid transit line between Philadelphia, PA, and suburban Lindenwold, NJ, was built by the Delaware River Port Authority and is operated by its subsidiary,...

Evaluating Recreational Potential of Small Streams
The purpose herein was to find a way to evaluate the recreational potential of small streams and their watersheds in the Central United States. Research was limited to streams with drainage...

Hydrologic Concepts in Suburban Planning

A Program for New Towns
Regional planning, involving programs of new town development, offers solutions to some of the problems attendant upon the growth of megalopolis and may provide a key to the solution of...

Illinois Central Suburban Automated Revenue Collection System
It was the promise of reducing costs and the production of higher collections, that convinced the management of the Illinois Central Railroad late in 1964 to let a contract for the development,...

V/STOL Concepts in Short Haul Air Transport
The relative merits of aircraft designed to field length ranging from 0 ft to 3,000 ft are assessed with respect to direct operating cost, indirect operating cost and V/STOL port amortization...

Converting a Railroad to a First Class Suburban Rail Transit System — Under Traffic

Setting the Stage for a Tour of the Lindenwold Hi-Speed LinePeaceful

Water Supply and Waste Water Districts in Suburbia
Formation of water and sewer districts in a highly urbanized area composed of fourteen separate cities are described. The water districts have encouraged the orderly development of this...

 

 

 

 

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