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May, A.D.; Turvey, I.G.; Hopkinson, P.G. (1985)
Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects:
This report, produced for the Transport and Road Research Laboratory, summarises the results of an extensive literature search in two areas of pedestrian research:\ud \ud (I) Estimating the Number of Pedestrian Journeys \ud \ud (2) Pedestrian Amenity \ud \ud The report identifies gaps in current knowledge from the revealed literature and makes recommendations for best practice. Research proposals are made, to help alleviate such revealed gaps, in a companion report.
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