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Transportation experience : policy, planning, and deployment William L. Garrison and David M. Levinson.

By: Garrison, William L.
Contributor(s): Levinson, David M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006Description: xii, 457 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780195172515 (pbk.).Subject(s): Transportation and state -- History -- United States | Transportation and state -- History -- Great BritainDDC classification: 388.0973 GAR Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
1. Introduction 2. Policy 3. Planning 4. Deployment 5. Management 6. Railroads realized 7. Railroads rising 8. Railroads regulated 9. Railroads rationalized 10. Railroads reinvented 11. Transit 12. Turnpikes 13. Rural and intercity highways 14. Urban highways 15. Canals and rivers 16. Maritime 17. Aviation 18. Communication 19. Energy and environment 20. Finance 21. Forecasting 22. Time 23. Land 24. Innovation 25. Technology 26. Imagination 27. Benefits 28. Speculations App. Wealth of nations, chapter 3 /​ Adam Smith.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 429-444) and index.

1. Introduction
2. Policy
3. Planning
4. Deployment
5. Management
6. Railroads realized
7. Railroads rising
8. Railroads regulated
9. Railroads rationalized
10. Railroads reinvented
11. Transit
12. Turnpikes
13. Rural and intercity highways
14. Urban highways
15. Canals and rivers
16. Maritime
17. Aviation
18. Communication
19. Energy and environment
20. Finance
21. Forecasting
22. Time
23. Land
24. Innovation
25. Technology
26. Imagination
27. Benefits
28. Speculations
App. Wealth of nations, chapter 3 /​ Adam Smith.

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