I have choose two cities, San Francisco and Detroit. those two city seems not having similarity in our society and history of America. But there is one similarity within two cities; if Detroit begins the industrialization in economical history perspective, San Francisco begins new waves in our life and history with software and computer technology. however, in order to identity and analyze them into various ways, chronological process and base on that, events and impact on each city demonstrates how they affect on these two cities internally and externally in economic, politic, and social perspective ways. As Figure1 presents above, the size of city and population grow overall in that specific time range.
Statistic show, pedestrians and drivers are much safer traveling in the daylight hours. As Source D’s graph shows, “Pedestrians experience fewer fatalities in the daylight, compared to the twilight to dark hours.” Additionally, drivers travel more for recreation with an extra hour of daylight during the day. It allows both pedestrians and drivers ample time to run errands, shop longer and get things done. Adding more daylight equals adding more fun, too. Another positive effect of daylight saving time relates to crime reduction, which is significantly reduced by having the extra daylight hours.
I found this very disturbing and it made me question there is no way it could be that bad. I seen in the Washington Post “It 's widely documented that banks in this era refused loans to redlined blacks, that real estate agents steered them away from white neighborhoods, that legal
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has taken many clues from London’s traditional urban fabric where walking and cycling is part of everyday life. Block size, therefore, balances ease of pedestrian and cyclist access, permeability and connectivity with the ability to support a variety of building types, uses and adaptability. It is also recognised that as people grow older and potentially less confident in navigating the city, built form can play a role in wayfinding, providing memorable and distinct places or landmarks. There are many strategies employed to encourage people to walk and cycle throughout the Park and hence reduce reliability on car usage. In order to encourage long-term social, as well as economic, investment in the area, the communities of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are designed as ‘Lifetime Neighbourhoods’.
Introduction This report will be focused on the factors that affect urban settlement patterns in the area of Pyrmont, and the consequences of this urban growth in the area. The two main factors that will be focused on for this report are Advancements in Technology, and Development of Transportation. Advancements in Technology consists of things like development of communication devices like phones. Development of Transportation focuses on things like cars, buses, trams and trains, which have all been developed to be more efficient and financially accessible to the average person. The area that is being analysed is Pyrmont.
Lastly, we devalue elders and their wisdom by refusing to hear what they have to say, just as the people of Fahrenheit 451 ridiculed and criticized those who were knowledgeable about the world before the “purge” and refused to have a blind pulled over their eyes. In conclusion, throughout Fahrenheit 451, the social standard consisted of a lack of deep relationships with others and a blind acceptance of society’s norms. Outliers, such as Clarisse, who wanted more than what was fed to them through the “funnels,” were thought to be rebellious and antisocial. However, though Bradbury’s depiction of this society may appear far-fetched, it still bears similarities to our own civilization and social
It looks like the request to the regulators to begin to think about how the autonomous technology will impact the cities and the way they operates. Many people who grow in cities, would have saw their cities with full of automobiles, but how would they feel if they take all the cars off the road. At the same way there will be a less traffic and less pollution, there will be a less demand for the parking places, so that the sidewalks can be widened and the streets can be lengthened or narrowed, houses can be built and small business can be started or these spaces can be converted into the parks and the green spaces. The world is built for the people not for the cars. The cities are designed around the cars.
The myth though fails because it does not embody the whole of American society or an accurate account of history. This is prevalent in Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle which satirizes America’s need for a myth, having Rip embody negative aspects
Revitalization promotes it by decreasing the socio-economic gap between communities because of housing and employment possibilities, encouraging less isolation and motivating more socialization. The large community and housing is also more encouraging to immigrants looking for a
It is odd that Houston does not have a general plan like other major urban cities. I think the city size of Houston will benefit from Plan Houston. Because it will help organize Houston’s issues, plans and goals for the future. Basically, Plan Houston will help support the City to improve public services to Houstonians. Also, Plan Houston can aid the city organize for projected population and urban growth.
Planning around the light rail stations facilitated the emergence of new business clusters, most notably around the Othello station, and other developments that prioritize walkability from transit to local businesses. However, there is a gap between the idealized future of the Rainier Valley and the current day-to-day challenges faced by the population. The lack of “whole systems thinking” was evident in driving around the expansive, residential-focused NewHolly development, which still requires automobile transport to connect to retail and commercial spaces, as well as in the distance from the SEED mixed-use community to the Mount Baker light rail station that also includes an substantial elevation grade and absence of proper path lighting, making walking unsafe for nearby
By educating yourself and others in approaches to increase affordability in an urban area you can create a stable network throughout the nation that will rallying funds and strategies to help solve the affordable housing problem. The affordability Crisis affects us all not just the lower income population. (Community Tool Box,2015) The United States is dealing with an Affordable Housing Crisis. This Crisis is echoing throughout the states and social classes. This issue effects everyone.
As mayor I will make the city a better place, and I will listen to the people. Being the mayor would be very exciting. And I think that Council Bluffs has the opportunity to be a very fun and exciting place. As Mayor I would fix the mall, make new roads, and bring new attractions to the city. The first thing I would do as Mayor is fix the mall.