Regional Planning and Urban Development
The preparation of the fourth French plan (1962–65) was the occasion for an important effort to programme the residential and collective equipment of large cities over the next fifteen years. Urbanization of the population is one of the dominant characteristics of our time.1 It is legitimate therefore to approach the problem of regional planning through the programming of urban equipment.
KeywordsMigration Transportation Income Agglomeration Salon
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