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Some Aspects of Rail Commuting: New York, London, and Paris

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The elementary description of transport networks includes two categories of analysis, morphological and functional. The morphological approach focuses upon those characteristics of network form which are recognised intuitively to be important, for example accessibility and orientation. The functional study is based upon the dominant pattern of network use.
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