Tourism and Transport: Modes, Networks and Flows
Channel View Publications, 2007 - 327 lappuses
This book investigates the complex relationship between transport provision and tourism. While focusing on the various modes and types of transport available, it also discusses the form and extent of transport networks that tie destinations together and the regulatory environments that dictate transport flows on an international scale. The environmental implications for transport, including climate change and emissions, also features.
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Introduction Manifestations of Transport and Tourism
Transport Networks and Flows
Management of Transport Flows
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