Finally printed, (after more than a year in “online first” purgatory presumably accumulating citations so the journal can juice it’s impact factor) now available for FREE Viewing, but not downloading, thanks to the new initiative below. While not perfect, this seems a reasonable step on the path towards full open-access.
- Zhu, Shanjiang, David Levinson, and Henry Liu (2017) Measuring Winners and Losers from the new I-35W Mississippi River Bridge. Transportation. 44:905–918 [doi] [full-text view only]
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