Newport Beach and Fullerton, CA: Boyle Engineering Corporation and Weston Pringle and Associates, 1981.
Softcover. Very good. 8.5 x 11, comb binding. Not paginated, but ca. 75 pages, printed rectos only. Includes a section of color illustrations and several flow charts. A photocopy of the Orange County Transportation Commission's Request for Proposals to which this is a response is laid in. The idea was to examine ways to design and implement a "High Flow Arterial Concept" in order to "increase the efficiency of existing arterial highways by grade separating major arterial intersections to reduce the number of stops required in the average trip." The RFP goes on to note that "this is an engineering concept which is possible, but could have far-reaching cost and social implications. It is also a concept which, if practical, could help remedy many of the County's transportation problems." Interesting early discussion of traffic congestion and transportation planning issues in rapidly developing Orange County, California.