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Beyond the metropolis: new employment centers and historic administrative cities in the Madrid global city
Globalization is constituted not only through interurban networks of global city regions, but also by intraurban linkages within city regions. In this article, we use the Madrid city region as a case study to analyze the ...
High-Speed Rail Opportunities around Metropolitan Rail Opportunities around Metropolitan Regions: Madrid and London
The original main aim of high-speed rail (HSR) was to link big metropolitan areas 400–600 km apart. Recently, intermediate HSR stations have also been created in suburban areas or small cities within the limits of metropolitan ...
The Spanish Cadastre: Office location, morphologies and dynamics in metropolitan Madrid
As service activities have been gaining ground in the urban space and economy, the service sector has become an extremely attractive area of study, offices in particular, as they are the natural location for such activities. ...
High Speed Rail, a new mode of suburban metropolitan transport
High Speed Rail (HSR) was conceived as an alternative to air transport to interconnect big cities and metropolises from 400 to 600 km distances. Recently these HSR lines are starting to have stations in traditional cities ...