This study is the result of analyzing the relationship between the way suburban workplaces are designed and the the commuting choices offered to their workforces. The author is convinced that marked changes in the way suburban workplaces are designed and built will be essential if future regional mobility is to be safeguarded, both in the US and abroad. Initial research into suburban transportation issues suggested that the low-density, single-use character of many suburban work centres was a root cause of the congestion problems being faced in suburbia. While vehicles tended to circulate almost effortlessly once inside most suburban office parks and developments, roadways leading to them are often jammed because of the preponderance of automobiles with a single occupant. The author also wrote "Suburban Gridlock".
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Book Description Unwin Hyman, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0044453337