JAMMED STREETS DURING RUSH HOUR WAS A TWICE A DAY ORDEAL FOR MOTORISTS DURING A BUS STRIKE WHICH LASTED SEVERAL DAYS IN WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DURING MAY, 1974. SOME 250,000 PERSONS WHO NORMALLY USED THE BUS WERE FORCED TO FIND ALTERNATE FORMS OF TRANSPORTATION AND THAT USUALLY MEANT THEIR CARS. DRIVERS SOON LEARNED THERE WERE MORE AUTOS THAN PLACES TO PARK LEGALLY. SO THEY RESORTED TO BUS LANES, "NO PARKING" ZONES, TRAFFIC "ISLANDS" SIDEWALKS AND LAWNS

Chicago citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970-. JAMMED STREETS DURING RUSH HOUR WAS A TWICE A DAY ORDEAL FOR MOTORISTS DURING A BUS STRIKE WHICH LASTED SEVERAL DAYS IN WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DURING MAY, 1974. SOME 250,000 PERSONS WHO NORMALLY USED THE BUS WERE FORCED TO FIND ALTERNATE FORMS OF TRANSPORTATION AND THAT USUALLY MEANT THEIR CARS. DRIVERS SOON LEARNED THERE WERE MORE AUTOS THAN PLACES TO PARK LEGALLY. SO THEY RESORTED TO BUS LANES, "NO PARKING" ZONES, TRAFFIC "ISLANDS" SIDEWALKS AND LAWNS. 1974-05. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556732. (Accessed June 24, 2018.)
APA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970-, (1974-05) JAMMED STREETS DURING RUSH HOUR WAS A TWICE A DAY ORDEAL FOR MOTORISTS DURING A BUS STRIKE WHICH LASTED SEVERAL DAYS IN WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DURING MAY, 1974. SOME 250,000 PERSONS WHO NORMALLY USED THE BUS WERE FORCED TO FIND ALTERNATE FORMS OF TRANSPORTATION AND THAT USUALLY MEANT THEIR CARS. DRIVERS SOON LEARNED THERE WERE MORE AUTOS THAN PLACES TO PARK LEGALLY. SO THEY RESORTED TO BUS LANES, "NO PARKING" ZONES, TRAFFIC "ISLANDS" SIDEWALKS AND LAWNS. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556732
MLA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556732>.
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