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The Jarvis Parkway, a model for Park-Scape Infrastructure, provides a vision for how we can grow out of an auto-centric city. More importantly, the design raises possibilities for addressing issues that plague many modern day cities. Globalization, capitalism, and privatization are contemporary conditions that affect the openness and connectivity of our public spaces. As cities develop and grow, the public spaces in the city become discon       

           Modern Cities must also cope with pollution caused by vehicular transportation. The dependence on the automobile within the city greatly restricts other forms of transportation that could thrive with greater consideration. The need for energy also becomes a great concern in cities as the cost to live and work within the city rise higher each year as gas prices climb and maintenance increases on automobiles. The thesis focuses on connecting the city together with continuous walking and biking paths. By creating a continuous non-vehicular network, in the form of a park; a new typology is created that provides a vision for living in a city that returns to natural sustainable systems. Precious vegetation and fertile soil are returned to the core of the city, y creating a connected and adventurous path that is as enjoyable to dwell on as to walk through, and still providing mixed use development that further sustains this new way of living. The introduction of a large park system in the downtown core allows recreation space for a denser city housed in predominantly multi- unit housing and high rises. By connecting pedestrian and cyclist paths to a dedicated park system, and the existing transit systems the city can foster growth in a more sustainable manner. This thesis suggests a means of creating public domain in a city without the lands or public policy available to create new spaces for it. The Jarvis Parkway appropriates what is truly public space in the North American city-- the road and its “ right of way� and trades increased density to private developers for both open space or integrated park space within, between, or over new development.

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