|Title||[Transportation in Cleveland, including an historical background of Cleveland's present-day traffic and transportation problems] |
|Published||[Cleveland, O., 1926] |
|Description||31 p. 26 cm. |
|General Note||Title supplied. |
Mounted clippings from Cleveland News, Feb.-Mar. 1926.
|Formatted Note||Contents: Old Indian trails form Hub for city's streets.--Young Cleveland's wooden streets widely admired.--Cleveland's first boom comes with transportation.--Car transportation here started slowly, grew fast.--First sucessful street car line was in Superior Avenue.--Many small lines preceded present unified car system.--Early mergers saved city's young street car system.--Present street car system evolved from traction war.--Tom Johnson's traction war fought for 3-cent fares.--Spectacular events lead up to coming of Tayler plan.--Tayler "Service-at-cost" grant came from chaos.--Revision of Tayler grant is sought to aid expansion.--City soon to see traction line growth.--Traction experts battle to solve congestion problems.--Hopkins offers idea to relieve traffic tangle.--What's the matter with cars? News asks readers.--City heads air views on trolleys.--Views on ills of traffic told by councilment.--Tayler grant change needed, Hatton's view.--Continuation of articles to "help solve city's car problem with the Referendum ballot on Transportation Service." |
|Subjects||Street-railroads -- Ohio -- Cleveland. |
Transportation -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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| ||WRHS Research Library: Pam. C701|
mq184110: Pamphlets, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]