Looking for Riders in All the Wrong Places

Swope, Christopher
October 2003
Governing;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p58
Reports on the light-rail line project in New Jersey between Trenton and Camden. Cost of the project; Estimated ridership for the line; Criticism on the project.


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