Author: Anthony Downs
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
Keywords: traffic, congestion, hour, coping, stuck, peak
Number of Pages: 206
Published: 1992-05
List price: $20.95
ISBN-10: 081571923X
ISBN-13: 9780815719236

Peak-hour traffic congestion has become a major problem in most US cities. In fact, a majority of residents in metropolitan and suburban areas consider congestion their most serious local problem. As citizens have become increasingly frustrated by repeated traffic delays that cost them money and waste time, congestion has become an important factor affecting local government policies in many parts of the nation. In this book, Anthony Downs looks at the causes of worsening traffic congestion, especially in suburban areas, and considers the possible remedies. He analyzes the specific advantages

Author: Liam Scanla
Publisher: CreateSpace
Keywords: traffic, website, volume, drive, free, magnet, web, things
Number of Pages: 108
Published: 2008-08-12
List price: unknow
ISBN-10: 1438263074
ISBN-13: 9781438263076

This is the practical, website "do-it-yourself" manual for the rest of us. Visitors are the life blood of every website. If you are wondering how to drive traffic to your website, this book offers 55 Actions you can take - explained so that anyone can understand them - to get your website to the top of search results. The author assumes you don’t want to spend a dollar more on your website until you see results, and that you don’t have a deeply technical background, but still wish to understand what every business owner needs to know about how search engines work. Whether you are a

Author: Anthony Dow
Publisher: Brookings Institution Pre
Keywords: traffic, james, johnson, metro, revised, hour, coping, peak, stuck, congestion
Number of Pages: 472
Published: 2004-04-01
List price: $26.95
ISBN-10: 0815719299
ISBN-13: 9780815719298

Congested roads waste commuters’ time, cost them money, and degrade the environment. Most Americans agree that traffic congestion is the major problem in their communities—and it only seems to be getting worse. In this revised and expanded edition of his landmark work Stuck in Traffic, Anthony Downs examines the benefits and costs of various anticongestion strategies. Drawing on a significant body of research by transportation experts and land-use planners, he counters environmentalists and road lobbyists alike by explaining why seemingly simple solutions, such as expanding public transit or

Author: Timothy Staab
Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing
Keywords: traffic, accident, reference, handbook, complete, reconstruction, pocket, guide
Number of Pages: 51
Published: 2004-09
List price: $15.00
ISBN-10: 1930056974
ISBN-13: 9781930056978

Traffic accident investigators and reconstructionist probably have the common speed and sliding formulas memorized. However, there likely are formulas out there that you haven’t committed to memory. And, while it’s not practical to carry around a large textbook to every accident scene, having some type of reference would make your job easier. That is why the Pocket Traffic Accident Reconstruction Guide was created. Timothy Stabb, the author, created the Pocket Traffic Accident Reconstruction Guide to be an easy to use reference for anyone investigating a traffic accident. The guide is

Author: Boris S. Kerner
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: traffic, theory, three, phase, road, control, flow, introduction, modern
Number of Pages: 265
Published: 1970-01-01
List price: $129.00
ISBN-10: 3642026044
ISBN-13: 9783642026041

This in-depth treatment explains the nature of traffic breakdown and the resulting congestion in vehicular traffic on the basis of three-phase traffic theory, in a manner consistent with real measured traffic data. The author also addresses freeway traffic control methods within the framework of the theory. He demonstrates and explains why the earlier theoretical basis of transportation engineering, research and teaching cannot adequately describe traffic breakdown as observed in measured traffic data. Links between three-phase traffic theory and earlier traffic flow theories are discussed. La

Authors:Jim Edwards, Dallas Edwards,
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Keywords: traffic, free, targeted, website, stop, non, finally, secret, words
Number of Pages: 199
Published: 2007-04-01
List price: $19.95
ISBN-10: 1600371515
ISBN-13: 9781600371516

Teach people how to create lasting, steady and dependable flow to their website while positioning themselves in the marketplace as an expert. It’s not a get rich quick scheme, but a very effective way for people with low or no budget to create content that can get you traffic ? ezines, RSS feeds, blog, ezine announcement sites, newsletter, website. Point is that most people can?t write very well and have phobia about writing. Don?t know right way to write to get people to take action without a big sales pitch. Can actually sell people better because you?re flying under the radar. People

Author: Archie Burnham Jr.
Publisher: Lawyers and Judges Publishing
Keywords: traffic, safety, fundamental, factors, problems, analyzing, engineering, secrets, expert
Number of Pages: 149
Published: 2005-04-30
List price: $10.00
ISBN-10: 1933264047
ISBN-13: 9781933264042

This book gives you an insider’s look at the successful career of an expert witness in traffic safety. Archie Burnham discusses what he has learned in his fifty years of experience as a traffic safety expert. You’ll learn the secrets of what to look for during an investigation, how to work with public groups, how to testify as an expert witness and much more. This is the perfect book for someone looking to break into the field of traffic investigations or expert consulting.
  
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