Making Mass Transit Serve the Public: Social Dimensions of Urban Mobility in Historical Perspective

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This article considers recent scholarship on the social dimensions of mass transit in the United States. It focuses on historical struggles to make urban conveyances serve the public and demonstrates that access to mass transit has been continually contested through legal challenges, economic boycotts, and everyday practice.

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