Inner City Dweller: Transportation
- Main contributor
Indiana U Audio-Visual Center
[motion picture] Focuses on a lower-income, inner-city dweller to examine urban transportation problems and America's dependency on the automobile. Notes that the lack of mass transit forces the inner-city dweller to purchase an automobile but observes that the only type he can afford is often an older, unreliable model. Discusses, from a middle-class point of view, the decline of mass transit and the need for massive federal funding to establish an economic and efficient transportation system.