Manual of Transit and Traffic Studies
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Manual of Transit and Traffic Studies

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      This first edition of the "Manual of Transit and Traffic Studies" has been designed to assist transit companies and traffic engineers in the conduct and application of studies deemed essential to a solution of present and future problems of urban transportation and traffic movement in our cities. The Manual was prepared by Harold F. Hammond, who was Manager, Washington Office, American Transit Association, during the period November 1, 1944 to April 15, 1947. It has been reviewed and approved by the Operations Division of the Association. The twenty studies described herein are considered desirable to proper planning to meet the growing problem of traffic congestion and to enable transit management to develop the basic data needed in the consideration of service improvements, changes in routing, extensions, and other problems with which it is confronted as a result of constantly changing conditions. Although these techniques are known to many transit and traffic engineers, it is hoped that their publication in this form will stimulate their widespread use by all concerned in the urban transportation and traffic field.
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