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2017 | 71 Modeling of Logistic Processes and Systems | 163--178
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The Importance of Automotive Industry in Shaping Habitants Mobility in Future Cities

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The paper is a summary of different kinds of sources linked to the role of automotive industry in shaping mobility in future cities. This research fills existing research gap, identified in previous research, and also presented in the Introduction and Literature review sections. The research was conducted with the use of systematic literature review. Research results describe the role of cars in future urban mobility systems and the solutions helping to meet new mobility requirements of urban residents. (original abstract)
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