Stationary Traffic In The Urban Planning System
AbstractSince ancient times human lives pulsed between two poles- moving and stationmy. Moving as element of functioning issupplemented by standing. Today, when modem life in cities isbased on using passenger cars as the dominant means of mobility,the explosion of their number is the generator of the growingproblems both of the moving and of the stationary traffic. Consideringparking as direct product of the moving traffic, usuallyits negative characteristics are mentioned such as greater volumeof parking, fines, legal-regulative and safety aspects, degradationof other swfaces by the parked vehicles, etc. Never oralmostnever does one speak about the origin of the problem, andthis would be the only way to find its solution.
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