A proposal for an urban movement system
Lawless, Roscoe Charles
Cannady, William T.
Master of Architecture
Mobility, a result of technology and science, has become the outstanding characteristic of this age. Physical and social mobility have provided man with new freedoms, although, often having, adverse affects on men's lives. Our cities, as they exist today, represent the results of the combined forces of past and present movements. Our cities are complex and diverse: they are , outgrowths of transitory periods in which confusion and lack of emphasis often dominated to derive order for our cities, it is necessary that we accept mobility or movement as a primary characteristic of our age...understand it, its implications, its hierarchies, and begin to structure it as a positive tool in urban design.