2 edition of Organisation of regional transport in Europe found in the catalog.
Organisation of regional transport in Europe
V. Schla gelbauer
Paper presented at the 44th UITP International Congress on behalf of the International Commission on Regional Transport.
|Statement||by V. Scha gelbauer and H. Elliger.|
|Series||UITP 44th International Congress Report -- 2|
|Contributions||Elliger, H., International Union of Public Transport. International Congress,, International Commission on Regional Transport.|
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