3 edition of Transport services in medium-sized urban regions found in the catalog.
Transport services in medium-sized urban regions
Bibliography: p. 34-35.
|Statement||by G. Groche.|
|Series||[Technical papers] - 42nd International Congress, Montreal, 1977 ; 8|
|LC Classifications||TF5 .I63 42d, Vol. 8, HE305 .I63 42d, Vol. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||78326008|
The book is divided in ten chapters, each covering a specific conceptual dimension, including networks, modes, terminals, freight transportation, urban transportation and environmental impacts. Public transportation for small urban areas / Kenneth W. Heathington, Gilbert T. Satterly, Jr., William L. Grecco --Mass transportation demands of Scotlandville residents / Roosevelt Steptoe, Theodore Poister --Examination of improved transit service / Kenneth J. Dueker, James Stoner --A systems approach to subarea transit service design.
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Apply to medium sized cities and urban regions. In contrast to that of large cities, public transport in medium size cities and urban regions tends to be based on relatively low quality bus services. Smaller populations and thus lower passenger demand mean that expensive infrastructure such as heavy rail or subways cannot normally be justiﬁ ed.
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Chris Caplice ESD// Logistics Systems Nov Transportation Management Operational Networks. as urban transportation, the book also substantially focuses on emerging issues such as globalization, logistics and the environment. Many, if not all, of these issues have been superﬁ cially covered in the past, but their importance cannot be underestimated in a transport geography that involves an increasingly integrated world.
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transport costs. Unless the transport costs are very high, peripheral regions will stand to benefit to a greater extent than core regions from transport improvements. Transport infrastructure improvements may be a less risky policy instrument than other policies for promoting regional development.
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