America Needs to Give Up the Car and Embrace Mass Transit

Since World War II we’ve been focusing on car transportation as the primary form of transit for most people in the United States. through the 1930s, 30s, and 40s, America’s cities tore out streetcar systems and tracks to make more room for cars. Helpful pedestrian fixtures were torn out to make room…

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