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Modern Transportation (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of transportation building and management. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers and comments of latest transportation engineering, system engineering and road engineering improvement in the fields of nature science, engineering technology, economy and science, report of latest research re... [More] Modern Transportation (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of transportation building and management. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers and comments of latest transportation engineering, system engineering and road engineering improvement in the fields of nature science, engineering technology, economy and science, report of latest research result, aiming at providing a good communication platform to transfer, share and discuss the theoretical and technical development for professionals, scholars and researchers in this field, reflecting the academic front level, promote academic change and seize the transportation technology theory, practice front line, research level and development direction.

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Research Prospect on the Relationship between Transportation and Regional Economy in the Hui Nationality Agglomeration of China

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Author: Changxi Ma, Lei Qi

Abstract: Transportation has a guiding role for economic development and economic structure optimization, economic development will also put forward new requirements for transportation systems continually. In order to promote the healthy and sustainable development of Hui ethnic community, it is necessary to research the interactions between transportation and regional economy, coupling relationships and optimization configuration methods of the area systematically. Firstly, the paper analyzes the current research situation on transportation and regional economy, and puts forward the current problems existing in the research. Then, the paper proposes the future research prospects, including the research contents, research difficulties and research ideas. Finally, the paper draws the research conclusion, and points out that the study is helpful to measure and master the condition of transportation and regional economy development in Hui ethnic community, and promote the economic development of ethnic areas.

Keywords: Transportation; Regional Economy; Agglomeration; Optimization

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