Equal Access? Travel Behaviour Change in the Century Freeway Corridor, Los Angeles

@article{vanHengel1999EqualAT,
  title={Equal Access? Travel Behaviour Change in the Century Freeway Corridor, Los Angeles},
  author={Drusilla van Hengel and Joseph Fc Dimento and Sherry Ryan},
  journal={Urban Studies},
  year={1999},
  volume={36},
  pages={547 - 562}
}
Construction and operation of the Century Freeway (1-105) created problems for and presented opportunities to the socioeconomically diverse south Los Angeles County area. Early decisions regarding the interstate facility effected economic decline of the area, encouraging disinvestment and forcing dislocation of residents. However, construction and operation provided job and housing opportunities in a depressed area, relieved urban congestion on arterial streets and other highways and provided a… 

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