The Land Transport Network in the Post-Soviet Space- Problems and Prospective Development
Keywords: former region, road and rail systems
AbstractRoad and rail networks in the post-Soviet space are analysedin view of the demands in transportation to be expected inthe 2 I st centwy. The road system is found te1ribly underdel'elopedin terms of density and canying capacity. It widely fails tofulfil the necessary feeder function for the rail system. Both railand road ~ystems need substantial improvements to allow forthe wgent economic recove1y of that lQige area between thosevital and dynamic regions in east (China), south (Middle East)und west (Europe).
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Schlichter S, Tarchow S. The Land Transport Network in the Post-Soviet Space- Problems and Prospective Development. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023Dec.3];13(2-3):139-51. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/1057
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