Final report, sponsored by U. S. Urban Mass Transportation Administration
No.1. Small city transit characteristics; an overview.--No.2. Amherst, Mass.; Free-fare,student operated transit in a university community.--No.3. Ann Arbor, Mich.; Pilot dial-a-ride project in a sector of the city.--No.4. Bremerton, Wash.; Privately operated subscription bus service to an industrial site.--No.5. Chapel Hill, N. C.; Public transit serving a university and town.--No.6. East Chicago, Ind.; Free-fare transit in a high density, industrialized area.--No.7. El Cajon, Calif.; City-wide shared-ride taxi service.--No.8. Eugene/Springfield, Ore.; Extensive county-wide transit coverage
(cont.) No.9. Evansville, Ind.; A low subsidy transit service.--No.10. Merced, Calif.; Dial-a-ride transit in an agricultural community.--No.11. Merrill, Wis.; Point deviation service in a rural community.--No.12. Sudbury, Mass.; A short-lived suburban transit service.--No.13. Westport, Conn.; Comprehensive transit service in an affluent suburban community.--No.14. Xenia, Ohio.; Transit service for a rebuilding community.--No.15. Summary of state aid programs
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