Capacity Of Urban Transportation Models
Information on capacity of various modes of urban transportation is an essential tool in urban transportation planning. Based on the capacity of urban freeways and arterials to carry vehicles...

Terminal Building Area Planning: Parking and Circulations of Vehicular Traffic at Airports (Increasing Airport Capacity An ASCE-AOC Joint Conference 1961)
Results of studies on vehicular traffic at San Francisco Int Airport; use of average peak hour traffic volume as design hour for parking requirements; existing and planned parking facilities...

Pore Pressure and Volumetric Measurements in Triaxial Compression Tests

Inventory of Highway Needs
The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1958 required each state to prepare cost estimates of the needs of the various road systems within the state. This paper outlines the procedures employed...

Pavement Design Practices in Virginia
Virginia uses modified CBR method for designing highway pavements; primary and Interstate Systems are divided into 6 classes on weight and volume of truck traffic; design wheel loads vary...

Characteristics of Traffic Flow on Freeways
Traffic flow characteristics were studied on two high density controlled access facilities in Detroit, Mich; average speeds and volumes were recorded on per minute, per lane basis; paper...

Operation of Urban Expressways
Reasons for stoppage when caused by too great traffic density is explained; procedure for analyzing traffic is suggested; it is proposed that traffic entering expressways be controlled...

 

 

 

 

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