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Employment suburbanization and the journey to work.

Jonathan Charles Levine

Employment suburbanization and the journey to work.

by Jonathan Charles Levine

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of California at Berkeley, 1990.

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Open LibraryOL21682669M

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Employment suburbanization and the journey to work by Jonathan Charles Levine Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author(s): Levine, Jonathan C. | Abstract: Large scale suburbanization of employment has dramatically changed transportation and land use planning. Intersuburban commuting now dominates regional highway networks, and the automobile has replaced mass transit for many commutes.

Planners' approaches to these developments vary from the pro-centralization approach of many Cited by: 7. Employment Suburbanization and the Journey to Work Large scale suburbanization of employment has dramatically changed transportation and land use planning.

Intersuburban commuting now dominates regional highway networks, and the automobile has replaced mass transit for. Crabgrass Frontier: The Suburbanization of the United States, 2nd edition Currently unavailable.

This first full scale history of the development of the American suburb examines how "the good life" in America came to be equated with the a home of one's own surrounded by a grassy yard and located far from the urban by: Author(s): Cervero, Robert; Landis, John | Abstract: In recent years, a debate has brewed over whether the decentralization of employment has been beneficial from a regional standpoint.

In this article, we focus on one aspect of the debate: how the relocation of office workers from a downtown to a suburban location affects commuting behavior. From a survey of former downtown San Francisco Cited by: The article concludes that various users chargers, development fees, and transit service reforms are needed to respond to the rapid growth in suburban employment markets.

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