Concept Layout Model of Transportation Terminals

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Yao, Li-ya; Sun, Li-shan; Wang, Wu-hong; Xiong, Hui;
(2012)

Transportation terminal is the key node in transport systems. Efficient terminals can improve operation of passenger transportation networks, adjust the layout of public transportation networks, provide a passenger guidance system, and regulate the development of commer... View more
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