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Transportation Economics by D. Levinson, D. Gillen, M. Iacono

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Transportation Economics
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Transport Economics studies the movement of people and goods over space and time. Historically it has been thought of as located at the intersection of microeconomics and civil engineering. The book is aimed at advanced undergraduate and graduate civil engineering, planning, business, and economics students.

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