1969-02-01

New York State's Role in Meeting Total Transportation Needs 690383

This paper discusses how the New York State Department of Transportation carries out its programs for highway improvements amounting to more than one billion dollars a year and discusses immediate and long-range plans for all modes of travel in the state-automobile, bus, subway, truck, railroad, ship, and airplane. The author also takes a look at such future possibilities as dial-a-bus systems, air cushion and electric automobiles, and “third generation” roads for directing vehicles at high speeds to distant points by means of electronic sensory devices.

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