Description or summary of the book: On December 30, 1909, following the passage of the bond issue allowing construction of San Francisco's Municipal Railway to begin, Mayor Edward Robeson Taylor gushed, 'This is great . . . The Geary Street road will now be built and run by the people and for the people. This marks an epoch. It means civic freedom. . . . Some day our children's children will look back with wonder at the things we have stood for and suffered. Public utilities run . . . by the people . . . will give service to the public.
Estimated reading time (average reader): 6H11M47S
Other categories, genre or collection: Local History, Trains & Railways, Guidebooks, Buses, Trams & Commercial, History Of The Americas, Transportation Books, Transport Planning & Policy
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