An Alternative to the Automobile: Public and Campus Operated Transit Services at the University of California
Regents of the University of California, Systemwide Administration, Assistant Vice President--Physical Planning, Construction and Operations, 1977 - Choice of transportation - 137 pages
Bus and van services on nine University of California campuses.
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SUMMARY AND CONCLUCIONS
REASONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CAMPUS TRANSIT SYSTEMS
Air Quality Improvement
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