Transit Services in Judea and Samaria
AbstractThe changes in the internal economy of Judea and Samaria taken place since 1967, which are a direct consequence of the political changes, are assumed to have affected the region's transportation structure. This paper is aimed to examine the transport changes in J&S during the Israeli rule, especially focusing on changes in the public transport market which is still being the major mode used. The general features of public transport provision in J&S may also be of comparative interest to those studying rural transport systems and public transportation in developing regions.
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