Chicago & Los Angles - Needed because cars became popular - More movement - Cities were growing faster and at high rates so you have to have more than 1 cities - People can move better and faster Griffin-Ford Latin American City Model - Caracas, Venezuela Rio de Janeiro - Ernest Griffin and Larry Ford - CBD based - Radial sectors and circular - Spine is the white collar - Not very modern - Layout of cites over time - Makes most since is the closest - Caracas, Venezuela - Rio de Janeiro T.G. McGee Model – SE Asia - T.G McGee in 1967 - Colonial port town - CBD based - Raid growth - Adaptable to changes - Coned shaped - Asian Port town, - Only ports or near Water - Government closest to the port - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Jararta, Indonesia
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Jararta, Indonesia - Cone shaped, and consider to be mostly direct toward medium sized cities in southeast Asia, Urban Realms Model San Fransico - James Vance Jr created it in 1964 - Emergence of large self-sufficient areas - Shaped depends on the terrain - Larger metropolis may have more and larger realms - San Francisco bay area - - The amount of economic activity is determinant on the area - Has roads and airports included
Waugh Model of a Developing World City - For LEDC countries - Developing cities - 3 sections of remaining residential areas - Favel’s are illegal - Favel’s are houses that are built from whatever people can find - Peripheries low class hoses - Flats or detach housing is High cost - Show developing cities - Poorer Cities that still have the divide - Shows more than just already modern cities - More realistic -
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- Rio de Janeiro, Concentric zone model, Global city