Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, No. 51

Journal3 Jan 1978

The Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific is a journal published once a year. The Bulletin is intended to provide a medium for the sharing of knowledge, experience, ideas, policy options and information on the development of transport infrastructure and services in the Asian and Pacific region, to stimulate policy-oriented research and to increase awareness of transport policy issues and responses.

This issue of Bulletin comprises of four chapters:

CHAPTER I. ARTICLES
- Prospective demand f or different modes of transport
- Methods for developing the train and traffic capacity of single-track railway lines
- General aspects of transportation in a metropolis
- Basic principles of the transportation of agricultural products on the Inland waterways of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

CHAPTER II. NEWS ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
- Testing of an airship for service in developing countries
- Air photo interpretation in the survey of highway materials in India

CHAPTER III. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TRANSPORT CO-ORDINATION PROGRAMMES AND POLICIES IN MEMBER COUNTRIES OF THE ESCAP REGION
- Transport co-ordination policies in New Zealand
- A transport strategy for Singapore
- Organization of an over-all transport system in Japan

CHAPTER IV. BOOK REVIEW