Harvey Corbett’s vision of 1970’s New York as a “very modernized Venice”, in which pedestrians and cars would be segregated by elevating sidewalks a full story off the ground and “canals would not be filled with water but with freely flowing motor traffic” 

Harvey Corbett’s vision of 1970’s New York as a “very modernized Venice”, in which pedestrians and cars would be segregated by elevating sidewalks a full story off the ground and “canals would not be filled with water but with freely flowing motor traffic”