“For every eight public dollars spent on transportation, only one goes to public transit; the other seven dollars go to car-related needs.”
I finished her book this weekend. It was great. Close your eyes and learn at the same time on Wednesday afternoon:
Catherine Lutz, professor and chair of anthropology at Brown, will discuss her new co-authored book, Carjacked: The Culture of the Automobile and its Effect on our Lives, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Brown Bookstore. Lutz’s book details the complex impact of the automobile on modern society and describes how to develop a healthier, cheaper, and greener relationship with cars.
4 pm, Wednesday, March 24, Book Signing, Brown Bookstore Community Room, Thayer Street, Providence