In reply to: Flashing Palely in the Margins
Inclusion, awareness, empathy, and serendipity are important to the idea of the metapolis, the meta-city. The metapolis, unlike the metropolis, is designed around the conscience and consciousness of the people who inhabit the space; it is the evolution of the city from what it is now to what it can aspire to be.
@vasta’s excellent essay articulates the power and value of public transit to a city. It makes me wonder what it means when (private) projects like The Boring Company and Hyperloop receive more funding than existing public transit options? Are these viable alternatives/supplements or — and this feels heaps more likely — new systems to further segregate communities?