The influence of the railway network on territorial integration in Europe (1870–1950)
Journal of Transport Geography, 2017, vol. 62, issue C, 160-171
•A historical perspective to current debate on the regional EU policy•Quantify how the railway network favoured equity between territories.•Public policies of territorial re-equilibrium date from the 19th century•The evolution of the potential of each region for the use of transport infrastructure
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