Linear city

Linear city is a cluster-type pedestrian urban settlement, with its surface intended for people, animals, and green areas; while transport, energy, and data communications are located above Earth’s surface at the “second” level. Passengers and cargo transportation are provided with the uNet structural complex.

Linear city is the basis for the Equatorial Linear City.

  • Features of Linear city

    • Each infrastructure cluster is a transport hub that gives a significant impetus to the development of the local economy, allowing such settlements to become financial, industrial, trade, and logistics centers.
    • The surface of the ground is intended for pedestrians and green plants, while transport, energy and information communications are located above the ground at a height of three or more meters.
    • It is possible to quickly move between cities connected by high-speed transport lines.
    • Residential clusters are covered with gardens, while house roofs and balconies are greened.
    • Horizontal elevators of the uNet system connect neighboring high-rise buildings, settlements, as well as residential, retail, entertainment, sports clusters and allow to comfortably move between them in a matter of minutes.
    • Residential and industrial areas are divided into different clusters, thus providing additional comfort and environmental friendliness of living.
    • Hub cities of the Linear city system can be built not only as part of linear scheme. There is an opportunity to combine intersecting Linear cities into a single tessellate megalopolis, thus helping to ensure their efficient transport accessibility, as well as to use large areas with low population density in the economy.
    • Tower-stations located on the sea shelf (on a pile foundation) have an overwater island-platform in the form of a park zone, built on a layer of fertile soil.
    • Houses use environmentally friendly energy sources.
    • Through the creation and operation of the uNet transport network, the lands previously occupied by roads are returned to agricultural use.
  • Benefits of Linear city

    • Elimination of traffic jams in the city
    • Reduction the costs of building roads
    • Reduction of harmful emissions into the urban atmosphere
    • Environmental remediation in the city
    • Construction of affordable housing
    • Additional contribution to the growth of the country’s economy
    • Development of new economy sectors
    • Increasing the number of jobs
    • Creating a safe environment without road traffic accidents

Linear city is a specialized settlement of a new generation, where each cluster is a communication hub for both global terrestrial uNet system and the GPV.

Moreover, Linear city constructed along the starting overpass of the GPV will increase the prestige, as well as investment and tourist attractiveness of this territory.