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Intermodal freight terminals: Locality and industrial linkages

  • Year: 2001
  • Author: McCalla, R.J., Slack, B. & Comtois, C.
  • Journal Name: Canadian Geographer
  • Journal Number: Vol.45, No.3
  • Country: Canada

The areas around eight Canadian intermodal freight terminals form the focus of this study. Two basic research questions are addressed: What is the character of the zones adjacent to the terminals and what is the functional tie between industries located in these zones and the terminals themselves?'

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