As we have shown largely with airports in former city-lines posts (Europe Airports, North America Airports, Asia-Australia Airports, South America-Africa-Middle East Airports, UK Airports, does the size really matter?), we are really concerned with the impact of infrastructures in land occupancy. We really think that soil consumption impact is a […]
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(Please, if you like this content click on the ads. It will help us to maintain the website) For sure that any time you have asked yourself: Does the size really matters? Well, I am going to answer your question if you are thinking about airports. In former posts I […]
The possibilities that new technologies gives us to manage our mobility are amazing. A carefree society with a car-free mobility.
Hello Cityliners, it´s been a long time since the last City Lines post, but holidays is not the best time for writing, although it is a great time for thinking. Formerly, we have written about the planned obsolescence and we have made some criticising about the usual means of production […]
Here at City Lines I enjoy talking about some of the new paradigms that are arising in our society because the financial crisis, that we are still suffering, is a great opportunity to reflect on this type of issues. One of those paradigms that we are living is the one […]
In former posts of City Lines, I have focused my point of view on the different criteria that have to be considered for a correct planning of cities and territories. In these posts, I concluded that the main criteria to consider were social, environmental, and economic. Well, I still agree […]