When the automobile was first introduced, few Americans predicted its fundamental impact, not only on how people would travel, but on the American landscape itself. Instead of reducing the amount of wheeled transport on public roads, the advent of mass-produced cars caused congestion, at the curb and in the right-of-way, from small midwestern farm towns to New York, Chicago, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Lots of Parking examines a neglected aspect of this rise of the automobile: the impact on America not of cars in motion ...

Lots of Parking: Land Use in a Car Culture 2005, University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville

ISBN-13: 9780813925196

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Lots of Parking: Land Use in a Car Culture 2004, University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville

ISBN-13: 9780813922669

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