Examines issues related to trends and existing conditions in transportation and urban form which are likely to be of major significance to Phoenix. These concerns include transit, freeways, cores, corridors, urban villages, etc.
Title on label: Transportation/urban forum.
CAST: Moderator, Linda Nadolski ; speakers, Robert Cervero, Larry Miller, Charles Sargent.
Recorded at the Phoenix Futures Forum on Oct. 7, 1988.
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