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The transport planning process for minimum available related data: a case study - Palestinian self-rule areas

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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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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2001

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