Campaign of Sabotage: Big Government's War Against Public Transportation
Published at 26 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 259 (2001)
This article discusses a variety of state, federal and local policies which have reduced transit ridership, such as unfunded mandates, anti-transit zoning policies, and highway funding policies that shifted development to areas with minimal or nonexistent transit service.
Michael E Lewyn. "Campaign of Sabotage: Big Government's War Against Public Transportation " Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 26 (2001): 259.
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