Journey-to-Work Patterns in Salisbury, Rhodesia: the Contrast between Africans and Europeans

Journey-to-Work Patterns in Salisbury, Rhodesia: the Contrast between Africans and Europeans

African townships are concentrated in the south-west sector of the town; as new ones are built further out, the journey to work is dependent on buses, with severe overcrowding. European residences are widely scattered, and cars provide the only possible means of transport; the result is congestion at the centre.

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