Secretary of Agriculture E. T. Meridith transmits BPR's
report to the California Highway Commission classifying
pavement on 1,262 miles of California's road system.
(Field studies, began July 8, 1920, under the direction
of Dr. L. I. Hewes and T. Warren Allen, involved taking
7,500 photos.) In a foreword, Chief Thomas MacDonald
notes, "The California study is the most comprehensive
study of results obtained through the development of a
State highway system that has yet been undertaken."
In Little Rock, AR, FHWA's David S. Gendell, Ali F.
Sevin, and Manuel A. Marks, Jr., open a 4-day course on
urban transportation planning for local, State, and FHWA
officials. The course familiarizes attendees with the key
elements of the comprehensive, cooperative, continuing
transportation planning process. (See October 23, 1962.)|
|FHWA's David S. Gendell, Ali F. Sevin, and Manuel A. Marks, Jr.|