Motopia: The City of The 60s’ Tomorrow. Cars drive on elevator streets, while pedestrians zip around on moving sidewalks.
“Planned for construction about 17 miles west of London with an estimated cost of about $170 million, Motopia was a bold—if somewhat impractical plan—for a city built from the ground up. The town was envisioned as being able to have a population of 30,000, all living in a grid-pattern of buildings with an expanse of rooftop motorways in the sky.”
Between belief and doubt it is better to believe.
Between action and dissolution it is better to act.
To be youthful and full of health is to have the power to produce much, but years of experience are needed to produce well.