Cars will never become overrated

Newman, P., Kosonen, L., & Kenworthy, J. (2016). Theory of urban fabrics: planning the walking, transit/public transport and automobile/motor car cities for reduced car dependency. TPR: Town Planning Review.

Newman, Kosonen, and Kenworthy published this article stating how the current city framework will continue to support the demand for cars through the Liverpool University press. The article contains a combination  of historical facts and results from surveys that compare public transit, walking, and automobile use. The purpose of the article is to highlight how over time the increase of the automobile has led to major cities being less dependent on walking as a form of transportation. The intended audience would be people who live in major cities that own a car or use public transit to get around the city. Leaders in the department of transportation would find this journal rather useful to plan how they want to use public transportation as well as construct sidewalks in major cities across the United States.

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