WIT Press

Threshold Values For Compatible Load-bearing Capacities Of Roads And Urban Areas

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/UT950161

Volume

18

Pages

8

Published

1995

Size

612 kb

Author(s)

H.-J. Collin

Abstract

In the solution of problems in urban traffic planning, it is mainly the demands for services in moving and stationary traffic resulting from the urban benefits, and rarely the load-bearing capacity and availa- bility of traffic areas on roads and parcing spaces that is used as a basic. One important reason for this is the lack of corresponding methods and standards, with the help of which the setting of threshold values in urban traffic planning can be considered. The LADIR-method is based upon derivation of threshold values for town-compatible motorized traffic. The starting point is the state of affairs that the existing loads of motorized traffic are incompatible, that a necessary road traffic is indispensable for the functionality of a town and that the orde

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