• Proposal for a Subway System in Rochester, New York

    Pages: 9

    This 9 page paper looks at the possibility. It first examines other histories with an emphasis on New York City in order to determine the best course of action for city planners. Several variables are considered including population and the weather, and a recommendation is made to go ahead with the project. The paper argues that a subway will enhance mobility and accessibility for the population. It would also attract tourists and more residents. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

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    Proposal for a Subway System in Rochester, New York - November, 2003 paper  properly! I. Introduction 1. Rochester a. Population is 219,773 b. temperature is 24 degrees 2. Subway systems a. improve both mobility b. improves accessibility  c. expensive II. Review of the Literature 1. Tokyos subway system 2. New Systems are being considered in the United States a.North Carolina (Charlotte) b.North Carolina (triangle) c.Georgia 3.  New York City subway system a. The reason for implementation was for commutation. b. Many thought that the endeavor would fail c. The subways became a  part of daily life. III. Methodology 1. Collect Data for analysis a. types of systems b. cost 2. Survey IV. Data 1. Information about bus service in Rochester 2. Questionnaire  V. Considerations for an Implementation of the System 1. Network accessibility 2. Circuitry 3. Connectivity VI. Conclusion The subway system would be good  for the people of Rochester. ABSTRACT This investigation into the possibility of implementing a subway  system in Rochester, New York first examines other histories with an emphasis on New York City in order to determine the best course of action for city planners. Several variables  are considered including population and the weather, and a recommendation is made to go ahead with the project. Methodology includes the use of an opinion survey as well as the  gathering of data, inclusive of expense issues, and the geography in terms of where the subway stops should be. The paper argues that a subway will enhance mobility and accessibility 

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