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Rail mass transit systems for developing countries

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Hardback book published in 1990 by Thomas Telford of London for the Institute of Civil Engineers. The cover is in very good condition, there is no dust jacket. Internally clean, bright and tightly bound.
Many developing countries are building metro systems, which have encouraged economic growth in city centres but are proving enormously costly. This book forms an invaluable study of the arguments for and against metros, based on analyses of the advantages and problems encountered in several cities throughout the world. The authors consider how to overcome some of the difficulties, recognizing the crucial economic role of rail mass transit systems in large cities.

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Author(s):
Institute of Civil Engineers
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9.5 x 6.25 Ins
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0727715607
ISBN-13:
9780727715609
Number of pages:
393
Publisher:
Telford
Title:
Rail mass transit for developing countries

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Hardback book published in 1990 by Thomas Telford of London for the Institute of Civil Engineers. The cover is in very good condition, there is no dust jacket. Internally clean, bright and tightly bound.
Many developing countries are building metro systems, which have encouraged economic growth in city centres but are proving enormously costly. This book forms an invaluable study of the arguments for and against metros, based on analyses of the advantages and problems encountered in several cities throughout the world. The authors consider how to overcome some of the difficulties, recognizing the crucial economic role of rail mass transit systems in large cities.

Author(s):
Institute of Civil Engineers
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9.5 x 6.25 Ins
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0727715607
ISBN-13:
9780727715609
Number of pages:
393
Publisher:
Telford
Title:
Rail mass transit for developing countries

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