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Pedestrianisation : London's Oxford-Street experiment.
B 7144 T /72/ IRRD 210860
Turner, E.D. & Giannopoulos, G.A.
Transportation, Vol. 3 (1974), No. 2 (July), p. 95-125, 5 fig., 4 graph., 1 tab., ref.

Samenvatting The conflict between Oxford Streets twin rules of shopping centre and major traffic route is demonstrated in its accident record which put it on the top of the list of accident black spots in London, while its location in the most fashionable area of London make the costs of new road construction prohibitive. A comprehensive analysis defined the pedestrian/vehicle conflict by time and place and facilitated the detail design of a limited traffic ban with associated rerouting.
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