The Value of traffic Management. A Reply

The Value of traffic Management. A Reply

The contention in Mr. Thomson's article in the January 1968 issue of this journal, that in London traffic management has reduced rather than increased the capacity of the network, is attacked, and defended, in a rejoinder.

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