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Erratum to ''Generic functions of railway stations--A conceptual basis for the development of common system understanding and assessment criteria'' [Transp. Policy 18 (2010) 446-455]

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  • Zemp, Stefan
  • Stauffacher, Michael
  • Lang, Daniel J.
  • Scholz, Roland W.

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  • Zemp, Stefan & Stauffacher, Michael & Lang, Daniel J. & Scholz, Roland W., 2011. "Erratum to ''Generic functions of railway stations--A conceptual basis for the development of common system understanding and assessment criteria'' [Transp. Policy 18 (2010) 446-455]," Transport Policy, Elsevier, vol. 18(4), pages 648-648, August.
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