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February 2020. pp. 14-25
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Information
  • Publisher :Korean Society of Transportation
  • Publisher(Ko) :대한교통학회
  • Journal Title :Journal of Korean Society of Transportation
  • Journal Title(Ko) :대한교통학회지
  • Volume : 38
  • No :1
  • Pages :14-25
  • Received Date :2019. 11. 19
  • Revised Date :2020. 01. 09
  • Accepted Date : 2020. 02. 13