The Numbers Game: Gasoline Service Stations and Land Use Controls
Urban Law Annual
Strange though it may be, the number of vehicles in this country continues to increase while the number of gasoline service stations to serve them remains a decreasing variable. This is due to the economics of pumping gas rather than to the successful use of zoning and land use controls by local government.
Charles J. Williams,
The Numbers Game: Gasoline Service Stations and Land Use Controls,
1969 Urb. L. Ann. 23
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