The Post-Automobile City is a timely survey of the automobile's place in our society . . . Kushner anticipates the day when car-free living becomes more popular than driving. Regardless of whether that day happens soon or decades down the road, The Post-Automobile City sets forth a broad survey of the possible strategies in much the same way as a trusty travel guide can help navigate a backpacking tour of Europe. --Journal of the American Planning Association
About the Author
James A. Kushner is a professor of law at Southwestern University School of Law.