Systan"s Macro-Analytic Regionwide Transportation model

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Statementprepared by Carolyn Fratessa and Wei-Yue Lim ; prepared for Office of Technical Assistance, Urban Mass Transportation Administration and Office of Technology and Planning Assistance, Office of the Secretary of Transportation
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