linear planning. Concept of urban development laid out on either side of a central transport spine consisting of roads, railways, and services (with variants consisting of additions of canals, etc.). Although formalized by Soria y Mata as the Ciudad Lineal (1894), variants were in operation along main roads out of C19 cities where tramlines and railways facilitated development.
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