Control of traffic in residential neighborhoods: Some considerations for implementation

@article{Antwerp1981ControlOT,
  title={Control of traffic in residential neighborhoods: Some considerations for implementation},
  author={Frederick J. Van Antwerp and James Hendry Miller},
  journal={Transportation},
  year={1981},
  volume={10},
  pages={35-49}
}
The effect of motor vehicles upon older neighborhoods has received increasing attention as residents of these areas seek to preserve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. In order to reduce through traffic in residential neighborhoods, numerous techniques have been developed, ranging from turn prohibitions to physical barriers. Since these measures have negative impacts on previous users of the streets, there has been substantial opposition to them. This paper reviews the major areas of… 

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