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Highway Penetration of Central Cities: Not a Major Cause of Suburbanization

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Author
  • Wendell Cox
  • Peter Gordon
  • Christian L. Redfearn
Keywords Suburbanization, depopulation, central cities, highway impacts
Volume Number 5
Issue Number 1
Pages 32-45
File URL Highway Penetration of Central Cities: Not a Major Cause of Suburbanization
File Format PDF
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Publication year 2008

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