A rural-urban transportation interface model

Publisher: Central Plains Area Agency on Aging in Wichita, KS (510 N. Main, Wichita 67203)

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Other titlesRural urban transportation interface model
ContributionsCentral Plains Area Agency on Aging (Wichita, Kan.), United States. Administration on Aging
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Paginationv, 17 p.
Number of Pages17
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