San Diego: The Eighth Largest City — But Still Mostly a Suburb

Andrew Keatts writing for the Voice of San Diego interviews Bruce Appleyard, professor of urban planning at San Diego State University.

Appleyard said, one sees the city is broken up by the physical limitations of its canyons, mesas and plains and is connected by a series of corridors between them. That should focus attention on providing transportation options through a city with a number of potential destinations, not just a downtown business district.

Read the full article here.

The article also contains an interactive map by Tristan Loper – How Urban is the City of San Diego?