Morphological classification of streets

 Morphological Classification

Streets are morphologically classified by relying on several criteria, including the width of the street, the volume of traffic  in it, the number of its lanes, the type of traffic, and its regional and country relationship . Sometimes less than some secondary streets.

Arterial streets

They are the streets that serve the main traffic lanes that connect the city sectors to the external or national road network , and are in Muharram (60) m and are divided in two directions with three lanes to go and one for return. And its main function is to ensure an unrestricted flow of traffic within the sectors it serves, so this function must be preserved by imposing restrictions on parking on the street, limiting the speed to (60) km / h, and isolating automatic traffic from human traffic (), and be The control over entry and exit of cars is great as well as the freedom of movement ((Mobility)) and the ability to access ((Accessibility)) is few .


The impact of motor vehicle transportation on the functional and urban construction of the city of Baqubah

Message I submitted

(Rajaa Khalil Ahmed Al-Dulaimi)

  To the Council of the College of Education at the University of Diyala, which is part of the requirements for obtaining a Master of Arts degree in Geography