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Unutargradska saobra ajna dostupnost gradova Bugarske

DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0757281a

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The article presents micro geographical analysis of the inner city transport accessibility to the cities in Bulgaria. It is taken into consideration: the localization of a railway station (RS), a bus station (BS) and a central business district (CBD). There are formed 5 types accessibility: a) concentrated (Kazanlak, Montana), b) nearness of a railway and bus station (Ruse, Vraca), c) closeness of a railway station and CBD (Varna, Dimitrovgrad), d) nearness of a bus station and CBD (Dobrich, Pazardjik), e) dispersed (Sofia, Veliko Tarnovo). The most convenient for traveling to the city is type "a", for transit passengers type "b", and type "c" for those who are coming by buses from near settlements.

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