Many of us have seen old photographs of the comprehensive trolley and railroad lines that used to serve even the smallest American community, and wondered whether we’ve really made “progress” since then. Though the commuter of 1912 lacked an interstate highway system, he or she could walk out the front door, hop a trolley, then connect to an efficient national rail network with 300,000 miles of track.
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Car Free in America
In his commentary this month, E Magazine's Jim Motovalli takes a look at the state of transit and commuting options in the USA vs. other places on the planet.
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