Toward optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation system a linear programming formulation by George A. Hay

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Published by Transportation Center and Technological Institute, Northwestern University in [Evanston, Ill.] .

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Statementby George A. Hay, Edward K. Morlok [and] Abraham Charnes.
ContributionsMorlok, Edward K., Charnes, A. 1917-, Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Transportation Center.
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Pagination29 [7]p.
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL14096737M

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toward optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation systems: a linear programming formulation THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY WAS TO DEVELOP AN ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY OR MODEL FOR FINDING THE OPTIMAL COMBINATION OF TWO MODES IN PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION SERVICE.

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