Traffic Infrastructure and Economics Development in the Republic of Croatia
AbstractTraffic infrastructure makes an integral pwt of the trafficand economic system in each country. The traffic policy makershave a task, that their policy must be based on scientific developmentsand synchronised activity of all economic systemsegments.
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