Some of Our Major Buildings Hospitals Post Offices Libraries Recreation Centers Police and Fire Stations Homeless Shelter with a Soup Kitchen Restaurants Family owned businesses Vet/SPCA Pediatrics centers Malls Farmer’s Markets Pharmacies
Types of Country Housing; Bigger homes, square footage wise Larger yards
Types of Housing for the Suburbs; Town houses Apartments Single family homes
Types of City Housing; Apartments above small businesses Townhouses Condos
Roads: The City area roads will have three lanes going forwards and backwards and will contain sidewalks on every road. The Suburban area roads will have two lanes going forwards and backwards and have sidewalks on common areas.
The Country area roads will have one lane going forwards and backwards there will be sidewalks on the main roads out of the suburbs area. When transitioning between areas the number of lanes will increase or decrease according to the direction one is headed.
Mass Transit Buses have low-fare. Buses run three times (morning, noon, and night), both ways.
The bus stops are located in the city and the suburbs and are scattered throughout. Those in the country will have a 10-minute walk to a bus stop. This bus system is for carless people and the immobile poor.
Dry Bus Stops Our bus stops are; Closed-in w/ slide doors Covered all around Protected from elements Have 2 rows of benches Telephone booth nearby each one Have light poles for a lit-up pathway when dark. Holes all over so air can flow
The bus stops are completely high-tech, very convenient, and dry. There will be one every other stop. Other stops will that the regular one bench stop with a ceiling and walls just not in the front.
Education 2 of every thing: elementary (preK-5) middle (6-8) high school (9-12) And we have 1 secondary school.