The whole number is devoted to pedestrianized streets. It examines their advantages and disadvantages, the difficulties and problems they create, and describes some precincits already built. Part 1, which presents the technical and theoretical aspects of the question, contains the following articles: Pedestrian streets and precincts, wishes of the users (Lapeyre, R); Design and layout of pedestrian precincts (Tocquet, A); Introduction of pedestrian areas in conventional town areas. Architectural problems (Hertenberger, D) Surfacings of pedestrianized streets (Paris, M); Pedestrian zones and traffic plans (Blondel, P); Part 2 describes some pedestrian precincts built in France and other countries: Pedestrian precincts in Rouen (Gelti, D and Bardin, A); The Norman pedestrian - layout of a pedestrian area in Caen (Dauxerre, JP); A "human" hypercentre in Alencon (Salaun, J); History and future pedestrian precincts in Lille, Roubaix, Tourcoing (Guilleminot, B and Knoff, B); Pedestrian precinct in Strasbourg (Bunzli, R, Wolf, R and Geyer, JG); The layout of pedestrian precincits in Lyon after the construction of the first underground railway line (Boller, A, Coalva, G and De Leiris, H); Pedestrianized streets in Bezancon (Brezard, L and Philippe, M); Pedestrianized streets in Nice Laitard, A); The Pedestrianized sector in La Rochelle, the (Laitard, A); The Pedestrianized sector in La Rochelle, the pedestrianized quarter in Amsterdam, the reconquest of the town centre by pedestians (Tannel, M); Traders faced with traffic plans and equipment (Tauvel, M). (TRRL)

  • Publication Date: 1978-11


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  • Accession Number: 00312495
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Transport and Road Research Laboratory (TRRL)
  • Files: ITRD, TRIS
  • Created Date: Nov 19 1980 12:00AM