2 edition of Bibliography on automobile parking in the United States. found in the catalog.
Bibliography on automobile parking in the United States.
United States. Federal Works Agency. Library.
|Statement||[Comp. by Frances Mahoney]|
|Contributions||Mahoney, Frances., United States. Bureau of Public Roads.|
|LC Classifications||Z5170 .U6 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||47032390|
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Pollutants derived from automobile operation have begun to pose environmental problems of considerable magnitude. It has been calculated, for example, that 70% of the carbon monoxide, 45% of the nitrogen oxides, and 34% of the hydrocarbon pollution in the United States can be traced directly to automobile exhausts (see air pollution).
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The first automobile to be mass produced in Bibliography on automobile parking in the United States. book United States was the Curved Dash Oldsmobile, built by the American car manufacturer Ransome Eli Olds ().
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In many modern cities automobiles are convenient and sometimes necessary to move easily. When it comes to automobile use, there is a spiralling effect where traffic congestion produces the 'demand' for more and bigger roads and removal of 'impediments' to traffic flow, such as pedestrians, signalised crossings, traffic lights, cyclists, and various forms of street-based public transit, such as.
The Automobile and the Environment in American History. by Martin V. Melosi. Annotated Bibliography. Kaid Benfield, Matthew D. Bibliography on automobile parking in the United States. book, and Donald D.T. Chen, Once There Were Greenfields: How Urban Sprawl Is Underming America’s Environment, Economy, and Social Fabric (New York: Natural Resources Defense Council, ).
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Official Automobile Blue Book; Route Guide; Road Map, Automo-bile Navigation hen Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson completed the first transcontinental crossing in by automobile from San Francisco to New York, the United States was still in the golden age of railroads. Automobile travel was in its infancy, and most Americans Bibliography on automobile parking in the United States.
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The Automobile Parking industry is in the Automobile Parking category, and the Automotive Repair, Services and Parking sector. With 1, companies, this industry employs approximat people in the United States.
This blog will expand on themes and topics first mentioned in my book, "The Automobile and American Life." I hope to comment on recent developments in the automobile industry, reviews of my readings on the history of the automobile, drafts of my new work, contributions from friends, descriptions of the museums and car shows I attend and.
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Parking Lots 99 6. Other Facilities 7. Parking Meters, the First Two Years 8. Parking Meters, Part 2 9. The General Problem and Solutions, – Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index AUTOMOBILE. AUTOMOBILE. During the first half of the twentieth century, the automobile evolved from a marginal curiosity to the dominant mode of ground transportation in the United States, spawning a vast network of national interstate highways, spurring the postwar suburban sprawl, opening up unprecedented possibilities of mobility for the average Amreican, but also spawning a host of.
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Front end pages are a map of the region covered in this book. The rear end page shown a map of the United States with the regions covered by other volumes of. The state of the art of parking management in urban areas in the United States was established using an extensive review of the literature and a nationwide questionnaire survey that was distributed to city officials, of whom responded.
A Bibliography of Technical Reports  Author: Martin R Parker, Michael J Demetsky. Less than half of 1% of the land area in the United States is covered by roads of all kinds, not including rights-of-way, parking lots, and driveways.
The United States has miles of roads for every square mile of land area, much less than many other developed nations. Regarding the United States, the author mentions the “myth” of the open road, and how bicycles have been largely relegated to recreational use.
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As a national transportation hub and merchandising center, Chicago played an important early role in the promotion of the automobile in the United States. Horseless carriages were showcased as novelties at the World's Columbian Exposition inand on Thanksgiving Daythe Chicago Herald staged a well-publicized test race through the city's streets.
An automatic automobile parking garage is provided, particularly an underground parking garage having an entrance at ground level, which is the location of the roof of the parking garage. One or two vertical arrays of automobile loading stations are provided, and.
s American automobile culture has had an enduring influence on the culture of the United States, as reflected in popular music, major trends from the s and mainstream acceptance of the "hot rod" American manufacturing economy switched from producing war-related items to consumer goods at the end of World War II, and by the end of the s, one in six working Americans were.
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A solid report of public concerns and policies relative to automobile use in the United States. The sections on air pollution, parking, and roads are quite useful.
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