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Highway rest areas: studies from two Australian states



Highway rest areas: studies from two Australian states



Australian Road Research 12(1): 29-40



42 roadside rest areas in New South Wales and Queensland were studied in an attempt to assess their adequacy from the point of view of highway users. Records of area size, shape and location were taken, and factors such as aesthetics, noise and litter were evaluated by a number of on-site procedures and a small number of users interviewed.

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