The role of resource inventories and landscape ecology in the highway route selection process: a case study using the proposed relocation of New York State Route 13
Cornell Univ., 1970 - 198 pages
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DESIGN IN HIGHWAY LOCATION PROCESS
3Q FRAMEWORK FOR ACTIVITIES IN
5Q HIGHWAY LOCATION PROCESS APPLICATION
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