Light-rail is integrated with fast commuter railroad networks and subways and extends out to multiple suburbs.
Creation of walkable neighborhoods with mixed-use land and access to public transportation
The model does not show the cost-to-distance effects of multiple suburban central business districts and the pattern of residential areas that surround them.
Together they show how land prices rise exponentially closer to the central business district.
There is a significant income gap between residents on the periphery of the city and residents in the city center.
These port cities were centers of trade, serving as links in terms of capital and labor mobility.
Mixed-use land development in zone 5 of the model
reduce the miles driven on personal vehicles
are linked globally in ways that transcend national political boundaries
To build modern, planned cities and administrative centers