Infrastructure –Transportation and Networks: Thoughts on the City of Tomorrow


  • Efthimios Bakogiannis , Transportation Engineer - Urban Planner, Sustainable Mobility Unit- Department of Geography - Regional Planning, National Technical University of Athens
  • Maria Siti
  • Charalampos Kyriakidis



Infrastructure –Transportation and Networks: Thoughts on the City of Tomorrow


Cities, both large and small, assemble increasingly large numbers of population and activities. Acting as dynamic places of economic growth and culture production, cities thrive and their potential robustness can determine the character of each urban society and the developed social bonds.Increased population concentrations promote a big opportunity in terms of economic and societal evolution. Indeed this opportunity has still been little implemented due to segregation among different ethnicities and intense homogenization of modern activities. The terms of cultural osmosis in contemporary multicultural societes remain yet major issues. Economic development and culture present highly interrelated contexts when the economy thrives in terms of equality and solidarity as well as guarantee the alleviation of conflicts, justice and democracy. This new globalized conurbations could be less tight and more accessible, while bringing closer different traditions and experiences.




How to Cite

Bakogiannis, E., Maria Siti, & Charalampos Kyriakidis. (2016). Infrastructure –Transportation and Networks: Thoughts on the City of Tomorrow. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(3), 51–57.