Infrastructure are the arteries and nerves of a city. This essay primarily seeks to understand water issues. We will briefly touch upon transportation first. Peak-hour transportation “problems” are common throughout the world’s cities, reflecting economic growth. Modes of transportation have not evolved at all, really, in the last 50 years: airplanes and bullet trains… That is the extent of ‘modern’ solutions of transportation. With the advent of the hyper-loop in California,
The million strong settlers of Chica-guwa at the turn of the 19th century shortly after the world fair were inspired to do greatness by a few good men. In chapter 8 of "Forever Open, Clear and Free: Daniel Burnham makes a Plan," the political organization between the state and federal legislature was orchestrated by the successful architect. Burnham began the work of persuading the merchant and railroad communities to come together by publishing and speaking about his plans.