City Monorails
US High Speed Rail Networks

Cities Designed for Energy Efficiency

Traffic Density

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Cities designed for transportation efficiency. Maximum density and close destinations. Requiring minimal energy for movement. 80% space used for retail and business. 20% space for transportation and human areas. Low fuel costs. Low energy usage.

Traffic Density

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Transportation Energy Requirement

Cities designed for transportation efficiency. Maximum density and close destinations. Requiring minimal energy for movement. Low fuel costs. Low energy usage.

Inefficient Land Use

Asphalt covered land wastes valuable retail space. Less than optimal land value. Wasted space, long distance, parking-lots inflated space. High energy requirements

80% space used for retail and business. 20% space for transportation and human areas. Low fuel costs. Low energy usage. Land below potential value. Retail, office and business space occupied and consumed by transportation.

Optimal Land Use

Maximum land value. Square feet per dollar. Real estate potential.