This article offers an analysis of the traffic infrastructure in the town of Kutina, an urban and economic center in the Moslavina region of the Republic of Croatia. The authors first introduce the geography and socioeconomic components of this area, then delineate the physical area under their analysis. Additional topics covered include the traffic infrastructure within the observed area, including the road network, classified and non-classified roads, road traffic routes and traffic light signalization, parking and garage areas, public urban traffic infrastructure (bus station), areas reserved for bicycle traffic, pedestrian areas, and railway traffic infrastructure. The authors note that the infrastructure of Kutina has reached the level of becoming a limiting factor in maintaining the basic functions of the town. The authors stress that the traffic problems of Kutina cannot be solved in a permanent manner until basic guidelines for town planning are accepted and the construction of public facilities is undertaken. The authors caution that this must be addressed with delicacy since mistakes in the location of these public facilities could create additional traffic problems, rather than solve the ones at hand.

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    University of Zagreb

    Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences
    10000 Zagreb,   Croatia 
  • Authors:
    • Vurdelja, J
    • Zmegac, D
    • Rajkovic, V
  • Publication Date: 2004


  • English

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  • Features: Figures; References; Tables;
  • Pagination: p. 47-57
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  • Accession Number: 00987554
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 28 2005 12:00AM