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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1969. Department of Architecture.
Increasing regional passenger demand and air cargo demand will necessitate the expansion of existing facilities or the construction of new facilities. There are many alternatives to be examined and investigated before it is decided how the Lincoln-Omaha, Nebraska region can best meet the future demands and needs of air transportation growth. It is too important to be restricted by competitive urban interests. The selection of the best alternative calls for the initiation of an organized concerted regional planning effort.
Advisor: George T. C. Peng