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Zhang Wenchang; Jin Fengjun(Institute of geography, Chinese Academy of Sciboces and Stare Planning Commision, BeiJing, 100101)Tang Xiufang(Economic and Planning Institute,Ministry of Railway, Beijing, 100038)  
Spatial transport linkage which is defined as interregional traffic exchange by means of transport facilities is an important part of spatial interaction. It makes different parts of human being's living space link each other, thus making up an interrelated structure and network by goods and passenger flow. Regional differentiation and interdependence are key reasons for transport linkage.The regularities of spatial transport linkage are composed of four sections formation regularities, growth regularities, distribution regularities, and exchange regularities. In this paper, formation and growth regularities are studied which are based on the domestic and foreign statistic data. The formation features of transport linkage can be summed up following 1) formation density of passenger is increased with economic development, but the density of goods is decreased. 2) The densities are very related with the structures and features of regional economy. 3) The area of region is also a factor for differentiaton of densities.The growth of transport linkage is closely related with the development of economy and industrial structure. Its regularities are featured as phasic. fluctuated, and correlative development.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: F50
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