Rochester, city center, urban density, infrastructure, transportation, gateway
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"American cities presently face a moment of truth. While traditional city centers continue to signify established culture, science, education, and finance, in almost every city crucial sections of originally thriving city centers have persistently decreased as a location of interaction.
The regional city, if it is to sustain itself and maintain any diversity of architecture, density, and most importantly interaction, will need to accommodate a broad range of speeds, scales, and means of movement in both directions to reactivate the city center."
McWilliams, Adam C., "Gateway to Interaction" (2004). Architecture Thesis Prep. 63.
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