Watching the Traffic Go by: Transportation and Isolation in Urban America

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Winner, Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Publication Award, Urban Communication Foundation, 2007 As twentieth-century city planners invested in new transportation systems to deal with urban growth, they ensured that the automobile rather than mass transit would dominate transportation. Combining an exploration of planning documents, sociological studies, and popular culture, Paul Fotsch shows how our urban infrastructure developed and how it has shaped American culture ever since. Watching the Traffic Go By emphasizes ...

Watching the Traffic Go by: Transportation and Isolation in Urban America 2007, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

ISBN-13: 9780292714267

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Watching the Traffic Go by: Transportation and Isolation in Urban America 2007, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

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