2 edition of Catford traffic management study found in the catalog.
Catford traffic management study
Greater London Council. Department of Planning and Transportation. Strategy Branch.
|Statement||by Keith Pearce.|
|Series||Research memorandum -- 360|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 6 p. :|
Catford traffic management study. London, Greater London Council, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Keith Pearce.
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Catalog start Subject "Traffic engineering." Book — 1 online resource ( pages): illustrations, charts, tables Summary. Catford traffic management study  Pearce, Keith.
London, Greater London Council, Description. Book — 1 online resource (xiii, pages): illustrations (some color). Catford traffic management study  Pearce, Keith. London, Greater London Council, Description Entries new to this edition in bold Complex Dynamics of Traffic Management, Introduction toI - Traffic breakdown and spatiotemporal features of traffic.
Stage 2. A trial traffic reduction scheme. After Stage 1, we will put forward a proposed package of schemes for the area. These will consist of a number of traffic-management measures, such as road closures and banned turn, plus a set of complementary measures.
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Regeneration is not just about physical change. Place-making and 'meanwhile use' initiatives organised by Team Catford are already revitalising the town centre. These include the Catford Street Art Project, 17 Catford Broadway, Catford Food Market and family-focused craft events and film screenings, and new tenants in council-owned units.