2 edition of Simplification of highway traffic found in the catalog.
Simplification of highway traffic
William Phelps Eno
1929 by The Eno foundation for highway traffic regulation, inc. in [Washington] .
Written in English
Cover-title: How traffic regulation may be improved in town and country.
|Other titles||How traffic regulation may be improved in town and country.|
|Statement||[by] William Phelps Eno.|
|Contributions||Eno Foundation for Highway Traffic Control.|
|LC Classifications||HE369 .E57 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., iii-xi, 206 p.|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||29012378|
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The Administrator shall, in every proclamation issued in terms ofsection 3 1classify the public road declared in such proclamation to be or remain a publicroad as:- a a trunk road; b a main road; c a divisional road, or d Simplification of highway traffic book minor road,and may from time to time, after compliance by the road authority mutatis mutandiswith the provisions of section 3 3 a and cby proclamation in the Provincial Gazette alterthe classification of any public road.
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