Feasibility study on railway from urban zone bitola to urban zone mesheishta

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Trains and railways affect our lives in a variety of ways we may not always realize. Passengers traveling across country get there safely and quickly with the use of train and railway system. In many countries around the world, the train is a necessary form of transportation as the communities are very far apart and though there are rough roads and not many people have cars. Urban cities came up with importance of railways and railways stations in particular. More than any other technical design or social institution, the railway stands for modernity. Railway tracks were purpose - build: nothing else could run on them - and trains could run on nothing else. The railway stations are a major attraction around which town developed, the railway stations became a new and dominant urban space.




Nedevska, I., Krakutovski, Z., Moslavac, D., Zafirovski, Z., & Nedevska, I. (2015). Feasibility study on railway from urban zone bitola to urban zone mesheishta. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 117, pp. 534–543). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.207

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