Infrastructure politics: the dynamics of crossing San Francisco BayPublic Historian
- San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Oakland and San Francisco,
- Calif.) -- Political aspects,
- Bridges -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area,
- Infrastructure (Economics) -- United States -- Planning,
- Urban policy
AbstractAnalyzes the efforts to deal with the San Francisco Bay Bridge controversy, 1945-59, to develop a theory of the politics of transport infrastructure projects by studying the influence of urban rivalry and the circumstances that allow political stalemates to be broken.
Citation InformationAdler, Sy. "Infrastructure Politics: The Dynamics of Crossing San Francisco Bay." The Public Historian 10.4 (1988): 19-41.