Brian J. Cudahy
Brian Cudahy was born in Brooklyn, New York, and it was there that he developed a lifelong fascination with subway trains. His initial career was as a professor of philosophy, also he held positions around the faculoty of Boston College and Niagara University. Cudahy abandoned the academic world in the mid-1970s and invested the remainder of his career working in the business of mass transportation, first using Boston's MBTA, afterward with the RTA in Chicago, and finally with all the U.S. Department of Transportation.
He's published extensively in two regions of transport ... urban mass transit and maritime history. After Fordham University Press celebrated its centennial in 2007, Cudahy's record of the New York subways, "Under the Sidewalks of New York," was cited among the Press' ten best sellers throughout its first hundred decades.
Brian Cudahy retired in 1999 and currently lives near Hilton Head, South Carolina. Watch out, though! One of those days, readers might be able to get an inside look in urban mass transit in the usa through Cudahy's first work of fiction, a publication which will endure the name "Foggarty's Heart Attack."
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