The Pedestrian and City Traffic

The Pedestrian and City Traffic

by Carmen Hass-Klau
     
 

Distinguished planning practitioner Dr. Hass-Klau presents an insightful honest analysis of where transport planners have failed since the mid-nineteenth century to the present and how traffic ''calming'' can be applied in major British, American and German cities. He discusses the segregation of motor vehicles from pedestrians and the development of public

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Distinguished planning practitioner Dr. Hass-Klau presents an insightful honest analysis of where transport planners have failed since the mid-nineteenth century to the present and how traffic ''calming'' can be applied in major British, American and German cities. He discusses the segregation of motor vehicles from pedestrians and the development of public transport as a cheap, efficient and comfortable alternative to the automobile.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781852931216
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/1990
Pages:
277

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