Reverse commuting

Wade, Beth
August 1994
American City & County;Aug94, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p30
Trade Publication
Features reverse commuting programs of cities. Inability of suburban infrastructure to cope with the relocation of manufacturing and service industries; Improvement of intermodal transfer arrangements; Evaluation of ridership trends and shifts; Application of transit strategies to community needs. INSET: Transit officials use computer imaging to build project...


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