The spatial impacts model of trans-strait fixed links: A case study of the Pearl River Delta, China

@inproceedings{Wu2017TheSI,
  title={The spatial impacts model of trans-strait fixed links: A case study of the Pearl River Delta, China},
  author={Qitao Wu and Jie Fan and Hongou Zhang and Yuyao Ye},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract The mage trans-strait fixed links are constructed in different countries to promote regional economic and social development. This paper proposes a spatial impacts model for the trans-strait fixed links in the Pearl River Delta, China. To verify the rationality of the model, four quantitative indicators, including weighted average travel time, the economic linkage intensity, the economic linkage membership grade, and the fractal index are used to investigate the effect by construction… CONTINUE READING

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