Attitudes to an anti-dazzle fence

a survey on drivers" and passengers" attitudes to an anti-dazzle fence on the M6 motorway
  • 59 Pages
  • 3.12 MB
  • English
H.M. Stationery Off. , London
Roads -- Glare screens., Roads -- Safety meas
Statementcarried out for the Transport & Road Research Laboratory, Department of the Environment [by] Karen Dunnell.
SeriesSS ; 1058, SS (Series) (Great Britain. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. Social Survey Division) ;, 1058.
LC ClassificationsTE228 .D86
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4486883M
ISBN 100117008176
LC Control Number79315974

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ATTITUDES TO AN ANTI-DAZZLE FENCE. In Januarythe Transport and Road Research Laboratory installed 12 miles of anti-dazzle fence on the M6 motorway. This report examines the impressions and reactions of the public to the anti-dazzle fence as a driving aid and also as an environmental intrusion.

Chapter 1 consists of the introduction, and. Attitudes to an anti-dazzle fence: a survey on drivers' and passengers' attitudes to an anti-dazzle fence on the M6 motorway, carried out for the Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Department of the Environment.

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