Geography of Planning Cities – New York Problems and Solutions

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An essay that outlines the problems of traffic congestions and urban blight in New York.
This includes a description, an analysis of social, economic, environmental and political factors, as well as stakeholders.
Solutions to the problem will then be assessed in their effectiveness and sustainability.


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Cars and Air Pollution

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Too many cars, many have created serious problems in our world. Apart from traffic congestion.


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Automated Highways System (Ahs)

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The concept of Automated Highway Systems (AHS) came into existence in U.S. around 1990 because of growing highway traffic congestion. Average travel speeds bear large U.S. cities are about 36 miles per hour at rush hour, leading annually to some five billion collective hours of delay and estimated productivity losses of $50 billion nationwide.


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