Borukhov E, 1975, "The effects of public provision of roads on the structure and size of cities" Environment and Planning A 7(3) 349 – 355
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The effects of public provision of roads on the structure and size of cities
Received 24 October 1974
Abstract. In this paper it is argued that public provision of roads causes cities to become more spread out than they would otherwise be, and that it tends to attract people to big cities.
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