Prof. Michael Smart Cited in Vehicle Access Article

September 7, 2022

In an article titled “US Auto Access Improves Over a Decade,” published in New Geography, Wendell Cox reflects on domestic policy surrounding access to transportation. Citing “The Poverty of the Carless: Toward Universal Auto Access” authored by King, Smart, and Manville, published in the Journal of Planning Education and Research in 2019, Cox notes that access to cars has improved in the past 10 years, which expands access to jobs.

New Geography, 9/5/2022

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