Can Transportation Strategies Help Meet the Welfare Challenge

@inproceedings{Wachs1998CanTS,
  title={Can Transportation Strategies Help Meet the Welfare Challenge},
  author={M. Wachs and B. Taylor},
  year={1998}
}
Can Transportation Strategies Help Meet the Welfare Challenge? Martin Wachs Director, University of California Transportation Center Professor, City & Regional Planning and Civil & Environmental Engineering University of California, Berkeley Brian D. Taylor Assistant Professor of Urban Planning University of California, Los Angeles Prepared for the Journal of American Planning Association forum on welfare reform UCTC No. 364 The University of California Transportation Center University of… Expand
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