Question 12 1 1 pts assigned bartholomew to the

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Question 12 1 / 1 pts _____ assigned Bartholomew to the Interregional Highways Committee, starting events that would lead to the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1944. Correct! Franklin D. Roosevelt Herbert Hoover Daniel Burnham Robert Moses
In 1941, President Roosevelt appointed Harland Bartholomew to the seven-member Interregional Highways Committee. The committee, which also included Frederic Delano, Rexford Tugwell, and BPR commissionerThomas MacDonald, was charged with following up the BPR’s Toll Roads and Free Roads report of 1939. In that report, the BPR had transformed a request to investigate the financial feasibility of a transcontinental toll road system into a blueprint for a 27,600-mile national system of toll-free superhighways. Question 13 1 / 1 pts According to the Brown reading, the negative effects of division of neighborhoods, destruction of fabric in historical districts, and preemption of parkland primarily affected_____.
African American communities Lacking prior experience with designing roads in urban areas, state and federal highway engineers were not as concerned with the need to design and build roads differently in urban areas than they did in rural areas, so they did not. Facilities were placed where they could serve the most traffic at a low cost. As Lovelace noted, “this resulted in the preemption of park land (Balboa Park in San Diego, Forest park in St. Louis), division of neighborhoods, and destruction of the fabric of historic districts.” The negative effects of such an approach on inner-city African American communities were particularly severe. Question 14 0 / 1 pts In the largest cities, freeways account for ___ percent of road miles, but ___ percent of daily vehicular traffic.

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