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The Automobile and Urban Transit: The Formation of Public Policy in Chicago, 1900-1930
Exploring the introduction of automobiles and public transit lines in Chicago, Paul Barrett traces contemporary commuter dissatisfactions to disjointed policies that kept urban planners from integrating separate modes of transporation into a single system.