By Chris Dannen, Michael Grothaus and Matthew Rosenberg – There’s no shortage of places to go for a run since the old highways were decommissioned when the hyperloop system came online; they’re now pedestrian and cyclist routes.
Taxi-goers are greeted by autonomous vehicles that take local roads, rendered traffic-free by synchronized driving and stoplight systems.
Visitors to the area who come by car are required to park outside the country’s limits and hyperloop in.
Gone are the rows of Paper Belt stores like you find in the United States and a lot of the vestigal public art.
There are no fast-food shops here (except Chipotle and Quizno’s, which according to local laws “don’t count”) and no hole-in-the-wall businesses; those have been relegated to cart- and truck-based businesses by soaring rent prices. more> http://tinyurl.com/omm56lo