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30 November, 19:02

How did innovative transportation changes, such as the streetcar, affect the development of the nineteenth-century cities?

A) cities could grow and expand to the suburbs because people no longer had to walk everywhere

B) they brought much-needed revenue to city budgets through reasonable fares.

C) cities did not change that much, but people appreciated having commuting options.

D) they added to crowded conditions by clogging roads and polluting the environment.

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  1. 30 November, 20:08
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    A cities could grow and expand to the suburbs because people no longer had to walk everywhere
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