INTRODUCTION
by Karl Ramberg. Human life relies heavyly on infrastructure.
INFRASTRUCTURES.
Between 2 citys. 2 mayor highways 4 lanes each. 5 smaller local roads. 1 railroad. Each city has one airport. 15 000 people travel between the 2 citys every day. Building downtown. 3 main entrances, 4 elevators. 8 power supplies, 6 water supplies, 6 suer supplies.
CARS IN THE STREET
From the roof of a 6 story building. Down the street about 5 blocks 30 cars drive in moderate tempo into the intersection. 10 blocks the other way a 6 lane highway carrying a estimated 200 cars merge to a 4 line road. Right below traffic light regulate the flow in 2 minute intervals. Roadside in the suburban neighborhood. Morning between 6.30 and 9.00 60 cars a minute. Most cars turn left towards downtown. From 9.00 to 12.00 20-30 cars a minute. 1 out of 4 turn right into the parking lot in front the mall. Downtown at noon. Traffic light que in 2 lanes with 17 cars in 1 lane and 15 in the other lane. On 1 block 9 cars were parked and 4 cars passed by. On the next block 13 cars were parked and 2 passed by.
BUILDINGS
Downtown. A white brick house 6 stories high. Countryside. 2 1/2 story wooden building. Roof tiled with red concret tiles. 2 windows on each wall a story. Downtown. A 6 story office building. Facade is made of brown painted steel plates.
PARKING LOTS
Suburban mall. 75 cars parked. City parking house. 7 stories, room for 100 cars each level. Level 3,4 and 6 are full the rest averaged at 40 cars.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Bus at 5 in the afternoon over 13 blocks. An average of 9 people on the bus. Subway 12.00 lunch. 8 car train, 3 front cars full mid 2 half-full and 3 back cars almost full.


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