2 edition of Economic analysis in highway programming, location and design found in the catalog.
Economic analysis in highway programming, location and design
Workshop Conference on Economic Analysis (1959 Washington)
by Highway Research Board
Written in English
|Series||Special reports -- no.56.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
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Highly regarded for its clarity and depth of coverage, the bestselling Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis location and design book a comprehensive introduction to the highway-related problems civil engineers encounter every day.
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