The traffic on the A2 arround Bluewater is terrible at peak times - sales etc. A queue of several miles is not uncommon.(Original post by IZZY!)
no I am doing about one relief road. Was it a success or not in re diverting the traffic and developing the town centre. Yep i ve done a survey counted traffic pedestriandds a fings like that.
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- 29-06-2004 21:45
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- 30-06-2004 07:40
A few things that I would do (by no means an exhaustive list, just what I can remember):
- You should scan your survey sheet in and annotate it - this looks good and scores highly. This should go in your methodology. Keep all the original survey sheets/tallys etc. and bung them in your appendix.
- You should take (or have taken) photos of the road - from where you were doing the survey. If you have a series of photographs, you can compare different times of the day. If you haven't/can't be arsed to go back and take some - make sure you have an annotated photograph of the place where you did the surveys.
- The biggie is obviously matching together time and location (spatial) according to the change in volume of traffic (I suspect?). Make sure you use loads of different types of presentation methods - choloropleths are great if you can use them, overlayed graphs, flowlines are critical here.
- Go to your local library to the archives and dig out newspaper articles, planning articles etc. They can be amazingly useful and score highly.