CR 110: Environmental Adaptation of the Main Street in Country Towns: Towards Guidelines (1992)


This report establishes the principles for planning, analysis and design and formulates guidelines for the environmental adaptation of the Main Street of country towns, which should lead to a safer and more attractive environment to users of the main street without compromising the integrity of through traffic movements. The report explains how to look for solutions to problems as identified, outlines the principles upon which environmental adaptation is based, and documents the various measures that could be employed. A vision of what might be achieved is given with examples of integrated solutions.

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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): H Armstrong, J Black, T Lukovich, D Sheffield & H Westerman
Topics: Road, Rural, Traffic management
Publication Date: 01/10/92