This issue of Review of Applied Urban Research features "Norfolk Study Has Application for Other Cities Concerned With Residential Land Development."
Norfolk is Northeast Nebraska's regional trade, education, and health services center. At the junction of two U.S. and two Nebraska highways, the City is a prime location for marketing, manufacturing, and wholesale activities. Norfolk lies between farm land to the east and the Sandhills cattle country to the west. Metropolitan areas nearby include Sioux City, Iowa, 75 miles to the northeast; Omaha, 115 miles southeast; and Lincoln, 124 miles south. Transportation· facilities include six truck lines, three bus lines, and four flights daily from the local airport. A main line of the Chicago and North Western and a branch line of the Union Pacific provide railroad transportation.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "Review of Applied Urban Research 1978, Vol. 6, No. 10" (1978). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 456.
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