Whether trying to avoid the crawl along the Belt, the horrendous parking situation, or the stress induced by the ludicrous and inadequate street marking, Marylanders, Virginians, and folks from the nation's capital eschew the car and hop the Metro. Here Zachary M. Schrag tells the story of the Great Society Subway, from its foundings through to modern day, from Arlington to College Park, from Eisenhower to Marion Barry.and Thomas Crosby, aSubway Gets High Marks from a Rail Rambler, a Washington Star, 19 July 1976. ... Representatives Alvin E. Oa#39;Konski and Richard L. Roudebush to colleagues, 10 July 1965, CDS, box 21, folder 6; Fehr, ... WMATA, aMetro Ownera#39;s Manuala (advertising supplement), Washington Star, 21 March 1976, 18.
|Title||:||The Great Society Subway|
|Author||:||Zachary M. Schrag|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2014-06-05|