Report of the Eighty-fifth Round Table on Transport Economics: held in Newcastle, United Kingdom on 5th-6th April 1990 on the following topic, transport and spatial distribution of activities
European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Economic Research Centre
European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 1991 - Transportation - 143 pages
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advantage agglomeration areas Ashford attractive benefits British Rail British side business travel cent central town centre changes Channel Tunnel companies congestion costs development strategy distribution of activities East Kent ECMT economic activity economic development effects employment environment environmental European market existing factors firms forecast France François Plassard freight French side function generalised cost growth high-speed lines high-speed rail high-speed rail network HIGH-SPEED RAIL SERVICES high-speed services improvement increase industrial inner cities integrated investment journey Kings Cross labour Lille littoral Lyons major motorway non-unitised Nord/Pas-de-Calais OECD opportunities Paris Part-Dieu particularly passenger behaviour pattern of activities planning potential proposed public transport rail transport railway realise regional development result Rhône-Alpes ring ring municipalities road route sector Single European Market situation SNCF south east spatial distribution spatial pattern spatial structure speeds Tekfax Tekx TGV Sud-Est traffic train ferry trains transport facilities transport infrastructure unitised urban development