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Travel demand, transport systems and regional development models in co-ordinated planning by Mats-G EngstroМ€m

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Published by Royal University of Lund, Dept. of Geography in Lund .
Written in English



  • Sweden


  • Transportation -- Sweden -- Mathematical models.,
  • Regional planning -- Sweden -- Mathematical models.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Mats-G Engström [and] Bengt W. Sahlberg.
SeriesLund studies in geography. Ser. B: Human geography,, no. 39
ContributionsSahlberg, Bengt, joint author.
LC ClassificationsHE260 .E53
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p.
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5095059M
ISBN 10914003237X
LC Control Number74166749

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