That view seems illogical. If that was true. The slums in brazil would be the most productive on earth. As they dense more people than anywhere on earth.
Originally Posted by raytri
Your view seems with transport is more historical than density. Europe have constructed cities to meet transport needs before america (the one you live in, was invented by european settlers)
Even then the European style of transport infrastructure was taken to the new world. Although in your view it has largly been ignored in america.
Also don't forget Russia is nearly twice as big as the Usa. but yet they do seem to have transport not a great concern.
And the biggest flaw. Europe is split by nation states. The bueacracy to ship anything is complex. So for this view. It needs more review.
Last edited by GeneralZod; Jun 28 2012 at 08:29 PM.
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