Since the beginning of mankind, the human has continually advanced to become a sophisticated manipulator of all factors of production. The transition from agriculture to capitalization, industrialization, and specialization of labor has led to growth in modern cities, and this has both positive and negative consequences. Socioeconomic growth has achieved unprecedented rates but, unfortunately, it has also taken a toll on the peace and order of the great suburbs.     People are moving to cities in search of better educational and work opportunities and higher incomes. The world’s urban population has been growing at an average of 65 million people each year for the last three decades. Significant improvements in city efficiency could be achieved by horizontally interconnecting individual[…]