The Euclidean Effects on Transportation Systems

In the process of organizing for efficiency and segregation, we construct a transportation framework that revolves around the use of the automobile – more often than not, the single-occupant automobile (SOV). The option of walking or cycling from the residence to where we work, shop, play and learn has been lost in and beyond the first ring suburbs for our residents.

Euclidean Effects on the Built Environment

Euclidean zoning codes have created numerous headaches for public and private planners, developers, property owners, architects, planning officials, contractors, and common community residents for several years now. Many of the inherent problems of Euclidean zoning are not realized until many years after a zoning decision has been made.