"The Space-Time-Money Continuum"
by National Building Museum curator Susan Piedmont-Palladino
Well, that was easy. Get rid of a car and pocket eight grand. Feel better? If only it were that simple.
It doesn’t work that way, of course, because none of us is a statistic. We are each entangled in our own complex circumstances, taking exception to every generalization. Besides, you’re not just going to curl up and stay at home once you’ve shed a car. You still have to get around, so some of that money is going to go to bus, subway, moped, bike, bike-sharing, car-sharing, roller blades, taxis, new shoes, and outerwear...
Zia Khan, vice president for strategy and evaluation for The Rockefeller Foundation, discusses what makes cities intelligent.
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