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Indentifying and Managing Infrastructure Corridor Access for Economic Development, Safety, and Land Use Decision Making

MacKenzie, R. John
Format
Thesis/Dissertation; Book
Published
2012
Language
English
Variant Title
Citizen activism and the freeway: the freeway revolts in Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Dissertation Note
Thesis (B.S.)--University of Virginia. 2012.
Local Notes
"School of Engineering and Applied Science."
"Department of Systems Engineering."
Technical Advisor: James Lambert.
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