Separation and Connectivity Delineation of the Geneva Accord border in Jerusalem will not only create two independently functioning and sustainable capitals, but will also allow for dynamic connection between them.
The implementation of the Geneva Accord
To this end, a larger study of the border
border (or any other permanent status border)
in Jerusalem was held: the border has
in Jerusalem has to uphold two parallel aims:
been conceived as a seam line along which
Jerusalemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evolution into two cities and their
infrastructure and facilities can be planned
connection to each other. The first aim is to
and developed for mutual use. Each chapter
ensure that the separation of the city forms
of the annex depicts solutions for areas along
two functioning urban units, underscoring and
the border, dealing with different elements of
proposing solutions to the crucial planning
the urban fabric (infrastructure, open spaces,
challenges raised by the Geneva Accord border.
border facilities, etc.).
The second aim is to ensure viable connectivity between the two future cities.