Topic: 7.3 traffic Engineering

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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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traffic Studies and Urban Congestion

The inaugural address by the Professor of traffic Studies at University College, London. Professor Smeed gives a quantitative analysis of capacity and congestion in real and imaginary town centres, and considers some suggested remedies. He concludes that there are major questions affecting the life and welfare of the community which cannot be answered without more information, and that the universities can help to provide it.

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The Value of traffic Management

There has been intensive traffic management in London since 1961. An examination of the available evidence shows that the true capacity of central London has fallen as a result. Other effects are also considered.

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