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Author:
Mitchell P. Strohl
ISBN13:
978-0275942526
ISBN:
027594252X
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Publisher:
Praeger (October 30, 1993)
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Social Sciences
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In his single, well-organized volume, Europe's High Speed Trains: A study in Geo-Economics . Strohl has produced an excellent up-to-date book on the status of the world's high-speed passanger rail lines and plans.

In his single, well-organized volume, Europe's High Speed Trains: A study in Geo-Economics, Mitchell Strohl masterfully presents the stories of today's leaders in high-speed rail technology. The bulk of the book is a fascinating showcase of Europe's transportation network that will leave readers longing to ride the rails.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Europe's High Speed Trains: A Study i.Europe's High Speed Trains: A Study in Geo-Economics. By Mitchell P. Strohl. Strohl examines the evolving network of high speed railway passenger trains in Western Europe. Beginning with some general concepts of railway economics, planning, construction, and operation, the author goes on to detail high speed rail networks in France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, and Spain, with additional information on Japan and Scandinavia. This unique work will be of interest to all scholars and professionals in transportation economics and railway systems.

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This book presents current world experiences and experiments in high speed trains, including background on European and Japanese travel and economic history and geography. It presents an alternative which will alleviate chronic air pollution and congestion problems steming from our current transportation system.

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In his single, well-organized volume, Europe's High Speed Trains: A study in Geo-Economics .

Mitchell Phineas Strohl, American political scientist, educator. William Allen Strohl - Microbiology, P. Europe's High Speed Trains: A Study in Geo-Economics Strohl examines the evolving network of high speed railway passenger trains in Western Europe. Member Association American Geographers. The purpose of the study, in addition to placing high speed train networks in a geographic and economic context, is to introduce the American reader to the evolving system of passenger trains in Europe toward evaluating their feasibility for high-density areas of the .

J. Pellegrin, ‘France’, European Conference of Ministers of Transport Round Table 87, High Speed Trains ( Paris: OECD, 1992 . oogle Scholar

Strohl, Europe’s High Speed Trains: A Study in Geo-Economics ( Westport, C: Praeger, 1993 . oogle Scholar. 16. R. Roy, The Macro-economic Effects of the PBKAL ( Rotterdam: European Centre for Infrastructure Studies, 1996 . 17. C. Martinand, Financement Privé des Equipements Publics ( Paris: Economica, 1993 . J. 21. H. Cuq and . ussereau, Une Nouvelle Donne pour la SNCF ( Paris: Assemblée Nationale, 1993 .

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High-speed rail in Europe is emerging as an increasingly popular and efficient means of transport. The first high-speed rail lines in Europe, built in the 1980s and 1990s, improved travel times on intra-national corridors.

Strohl examines the evolving network of high speed railway passenger trains in Western Europe. The purpose of the study, in addition to placing high speed train networks in a geographic and economic context, is to introduce the American reader to the evolving system of passenger trains in Europe toward evaluating their feasibility for high-density areas of the U.S. and Canada. Beginning with some general concepts of railway economics, planning, construction, and operation, the author goes on to detail high speed rail networks in France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, and Spain, with additional information on Japan and Scandinavia. This unique work will be of interest to all scholars and professionals in transportation economics and railway systems.