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2004 Sprawl Report:
Table of Contents
Introduction
Commuting's Toll on the Workforce
Transit Creates Jobs and Enhances Local Economies
The Bush Administration's Changes Take America Backward
What's at Stake
Conclusion
   
Endnotes
Acknowledgements


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Missing the Train: Sierra Club 2004 Sprawl Report

Acknowledgements

This project was made possible through the hard work of many Sierra Club volunteers and staff, including: Challenge to Sprawl Campaign Committee:
Eric Antebi, Neha Bhatt, Tim Frank, John Holtzclaw, Ed Hopkins, Cynthia Hoyle, Brett Hulsey, Judy Kunofsky, Gregory LeRoy, Bill Myers, Eric Olson, Peter Tyler (Chair).

Project Coordinator: Eric Olson

Design: Brian Vanneman

Research: Eric Olson, Neha Bhatt, Ben Weinstein, Mary Breslin.

Communications: Eric Antebi, Orli Cotel.

Field Research and Editorial Assistance: Rhonda Anderson, Glen Besa, Neha Bhatt, Glen Brand, Scott Chapman, Natalie Foster, William Grant, James Guilbeau, Bryan Hager, Bill Hayden, Lori Hazlett, Anna Holden, Ed Hopkins, Darryl Malek-Wiley, Jeremy Marin, Tyla Matteson, Michael Town, James Wamsley, Rosemary Wehnes, Tom Valtin.

Thanks also to Michelle Ernst of the Surface Transportation Policy Project, Greg Smith of Friends of the Earth, and Deron Lovaas of the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Thank you to all who contributed to this report.

This report has been funded by a grant from The Sierra Club Foundation.


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