The Geography of Transport Systems
by Jean-Paul Rodrigue (ed.)
Publisher: Routledge 2013
Number of pages: 432
The third edition of The Geography of Transport Systems has been revised and updated to provide an overview of the spatial aspects of transportation. This text provides greater discussion of security, energy, green logistics, as well as new and updated case studies, a revised content structure, and new figures.
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