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Handbook of Transportation Engineering by Myer Kurtz

Transportation systems of regional and national extent are composed of networks of interconnected facilities and services. It follows that nearly all transportation projects must be analyzed with due consideration for their position within a modal or intermodal network, and for their impacts on network performance. That is, the network context of atransportation project is usually very important. Thus, it is appropriate to begin a volume on transportation engineering with a chapter on national transportation networks. 


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