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In 1915, the south Florida road system had changed little since the Civil War. Travelling from Miami to Ft. Myers meant going through Orlando, 250 miles north of Miami. Within 15 years, three highways were dredged and blasted through the Everglades. This book tells the story of the finance and technology of first modern highways in the South --
Bruce D. Epperson is a transportation planner and attorney who has published technical works on various aspects of urban transportation planning (including bicycle use) for the Federal Highway Administration, the Transportation Research Board and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He has been active with the International Cycle History Conference for more than a decade.