Evaluation of Potential Impact of Logistics Centers on Rail Freight Sector in Turkey

2020-09-25

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Citation Formats
A. Cebeci, G. Dalkıç Melek, and H. Tüydeş Yaman, “Evaluation of Potential Impact of Logistics Centers on Rail Freight Sector in Turkey,” presented at the European Transport Conference 2020, Milan, İtalya, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://aetransport.org/past-etc-papers/conference-papers-2020?abstractId=6959ampstate=b.