Cambridge MIT, 1975. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good / Fair. Item #014739
A publication from the RPA focusing on urban pedestrian circulation and amenties as being most pertinent to the city center. Directed at urban planners, the work provides policy makers with quantitative methods of proportioning pedestrian space in downtowns in relation to the adjoining buildings. With a special emphasis on Manhattan, to improve the "journey from the train door to the elevator door." First edition. 28 cm; 212 pp.; illustrated from photographs, plans, and drawings. Owner's name; else a very good copy or better in a worn dust jacket.