The transport planning process for minimum available related data: a case study - Palestinian self-rule areas
This paper evaluates not only the traditional transport planning process approach, especially its usefulness for urban areas in underdeveloped regions, but also transport planning experiences in underdeveloped countries. Guidelines for a flexible and a systematic transport planning process are developed for areas with minimum relevant data, the Palestinian self-rule areas being used as a case study to demonstrate evidence for the proposed model.
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