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  • Accessibility indices for abstract road networks
  • Strategic planning in London: the rise and fall of the primary road network
  • The development of a road network and its impact on the growth of infrastructure: a study of Almoara district in the Central Himalaya
  • Collective facilities ; Himalaya ; India ; Induced effect ; Mountain ; Public service ; Road ; Road network ; UttarPradesh ; Village
  • The effects of road development were studied in a remote high-altitude Central Himalaya of India. Distribution of schools and postal services was not affected by this new road network, but health-care facilities, drinking water supplies, electricity
  • The functions of roads according to regional political criteria
  • Austria ; Commuting ; Local labour market ; Residential location ; Road ; Road network ; Spatial organization ; Spatial structure ; Tourism ; Transport network
  • Regional political criteria are considered in the directions to road network construction. These networks are regarded as planning instruments and their various spatial functions are studied in Austria, as well as the corresponding economic
  • and social participation and utilization chances conveyed through the transport system. The function profiles form a fundamental input for the establishment of suitable constructive principles of road sections.
  • Az alfoldi megyék kozuthalozatanak topologiai vizsgalata. (Topological investigations of the road-network in the counties of the Great Hungarian Plain)
  • Topological analysis enabled the AA. to characterize and compare the road-network of the counties in the Great Hungarian Plain. It will be followed by a non-topological investigation where they have to calculate the actual geographical location
  • of roads, settlements, distances and the intensity of transport linkages. (CK).
  • Modelling road surface sediment production using a vector geographic information system
  • Drainage ; Forecast ; Geographical information system ; Model ; Rill wash ; Road ; Road network ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Watershed ; West Indies
  • This paper presents field observations and the resultant model (ROADMOD) that integrates road data with a vector geographic information system (GIS) to predict the amount of sediment produced by unpaved road networks on St John. Predicted road
  • Az Alfold kozuthalozatanak foldrajzi vizsgalata. (A geographical investigation of road network in the Hungarian Great Plain)
  • . Of the development level of road network in the H.G.P. by subregions| 3.0f the historical, structural and regional features of road traffic. (CK).
  • The AA. intended to outline the road communication in the Hungarian Great Plain. The previous investigations were carried out from the following aspects: 1. Investigation-of communication provision in the H.G.P. macroregion and six subregions| 2
  • Road reconstruction and landscape fragmentation in China
  • Biogeography ; China ; Ecosystem ; Fauna ; Habitat ; Impact ; Landscape structure ; Road infrastructure ; Road network ; Vegetation
  • The landscape fragmentation caused by road construction has many direct and indirect impacts on wildlife and ecosystems. By using the GIS and statistic software of fragmentation computation, a comprehensive index, road-induced landscape
  • fragmentation index (RLFI), is proposed to quantify the degree of landscape fragmentation resulting from different levels of road constructions. The anisotropic analysis indicates that the variation of fragmentation index in east-west direction is larger than
  • Road pricing with limited information and heterogeneous users : a successful case
  • Price fixing ; Road ; Road network ; Transport ; Transport cost ; Utility fonction
  • Barcelona ; Catalonia ; Road ; Road infrastructure ; Road network ; Spain ; Transport ; Transport network ; Urban change
  • Antiquity ; Communication network ; France ; Historical geography ; Infrastructure ; Middle Age ; Motorway ; Road ; Road network
  • Royal post-horse routes in England and Wales : the evolution of the network in the later-sixteenth and early-seventeenth century
  • England ; Historical geography ; Ireland ; Post ; Road ; Road network ; Road transport ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • This paper analyses the accounts of the Master of the Posts which commence in 1566 in order to trace the evolution of the network, its extent and its cost in Treasury wages. The wider significance of the royal post-horse system is also considered.
  • Measuring the structure of road networks
  • Network ; Road network ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial structure ; Topology ; United States of America ; Urban transport
  • Development of a freight transformation network of regular trucking in Korea
  • Road transport ; South Korea ; Transport ; Transport network
  • This study ewamines the development of service networks by regular trucking, and the spatial change of truck service routes in Korea. The A. indicates 4 points as results. - (KA)
  • Forest roads and geomorphic process interactions, Cascade Range, Oregon
  • Erosion control ; Flood ; Forest ; Geotechnics ; Impact ; Mass movement ; Mountain ; Oregon ; Rainstorm ; Road ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • , measured and analysed using geographic information systems and sediment budgets for the road network. The net effect of roads was an increase in basin-wide sediment production. Overall this study indicated that the nature of geomorphic processes influenced
  • A major flood in February 1996 triggered more than 100 geomorphic features affecting forest roads in a 181 km2 study area in the western Cascade Range, Oregon. Eight types of features, including mass movements and fluvial features, were mapped
  • by roads is strongly conditioned by road location and construction practices, basin geology and storm characteristics.
  • How wide is a road? The association of roads and mass-wasting in a forested montane environment
  • Data base ; Forest ; Geographical information system ; Human impact ; Hurricane ; Landslide ; Mountain ; Probability ; Puerto Rico ; Road ; Road network ; Statistics ; Tropical zone ; West Indies
  • in a 170m wide swath along road corridors. The lateral extent of the environmental impact of roads in the study area is greater than is commonly perceived. The approach described herein demonstrates a simple method to assess the spatial association of mass
  • Az észak-magyarorszagi korzet foutvonalhalozatanak matrix-algebrai elemzése. (A matrix-algebraic analysis of the main road network of the North-Hungarian economic region)
  • The graph theory and the matrix algebraic method of J. Taafe and L. Gauthier is applied to describe the topological structure of the network. It is shown that the most accessible areas are not in the geographical centre of the region
  • Engineering the Rural Idyll: Road Construction and the Peri-urban Landscape in Belgium, 1925–1940
  • Belgium ; Landscape ; Periurban development ; Project ; Road ; Road network ; Twentieth Century ; Urban planning ; history ; interbellum ; landscape ; technology ; urbanism
  • As in many other Western countries, the road network in Belgium was subject to an extensive modernisation project during the interbellum period. This paper analyses how this project affected the relationship between the road and landscape
  • . In the absence of a comprehensive landscape project for road construction from the government, other parties played an important role in defining the road's relation to the landscape. Through their publications, images and discourses, an idealised image
  • of landscape—a rural idyll—became interwoven with the narrative of the modern road. We will first position this Belgian project vis-à-vis other road projects abroad, and describe why landscape was a non-issue for the Belgian government and its engineers
  • . Subsequently, we will examine how other parties—the road association, the construction industry, urban planners and architects—appropriated fragments of landscape to frame or support their own projects.
  • A dual economic analysis of the benefits of the public road network
  • Econometric model ; Economic impact ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Germany ; Industrial branch ; Industry ; Infrastructure ; Production cost ; Productivity ; Public transport ; Road network ; Traffic
  • Accessibility ; Road network ; Switzerland ; Transport ; Transport network
  • The accessibility of the Swiss municipalities has changed substantially in the last 50 years due to the extension of the road network, improvements of the public transport and population growth. The paper deals with the first two variables
  • and the resulting changes. The ratio of road-based to public transport-based accessibility has changed little over the time period from 1950 to 2000 in Switzerland. - (L'A.).