Cities of Tomorrow:2050

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First time in the history, urban area with an excess of 50% of the total population lives in urban zones. Urban areas take into account the trading of thoughts, and produce astounding advancements in business, craftsmanship, and thoughts. Urban areas are additionally home to millions living in destitution. Urban living can give a pathway to a superior life; however that is not generally the current scenario for individuals across the globe. The research focuses on the far-running take at the past, present and eventual fate of urban areas, with the point of showing how to better comprehend, acknowledge and enhance urban territories. The paper will investigate key ideas of urban advancement by analyzing urban communities around the globe, including Rio de Janeiro and Mumbai. This research incorporates a verifiable investigation of urban areas: how urban focuses on cities can be seen in the future and development of various infrastructure services can be done. Cities jumps into squeezing social and urban arranging issues like general wellbeing, transportation, zoning, and gentrification, typical cost for basic items, wrongdoing, and blockage. The structure of the research originates from the key aspects of Infrastructure, Beyond Mobility, Logistics, Architecture, Population, Transit Orient Development, Natural Assets and Cities for future. Today, urban regions acquire 2.6% of the ground covering, yet are home to over half of the total populace, produce over 80% of the world's Gross domestic product and utilize 75% of the world's natural assets. The UN assesses that our worldwide population will ascend to 9.6 billion by 2050. The larger part of this development will happen in urban communities, with an expected 66% of the worldwide population living in urban territories by 2050. Urban areas are advancing speedier than any time in our history, putting them on the cusp of real change which, if oversaw well, could prompt phenomenal financial development and success for all, yet in the event that oversaw in an ungraceful way could drive social, monetary and ecological decay. The most exciting exercise for planners and architects are predicting future. From the Chicago 1893 Columbian Show to New York City's two Universes Fairs (1939 and 1965) and past, what's to come was hopeful and stacked with cool development and outline. Regardless, not all points of view without limits were so happy. George Orwell's grievous novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four" (circulated in 1949) looked 35 years forward and painted a not by any means rosy vision without limits. Can we predict how the cities will look like by 2050? The greatest question of our time is exploring possibilities and potential of our cities and people. To gander into the living is the most innovative challenge for a planner today, because its construction depends upon our today. Concept: ‘A designed urban region that makes supportable economic parameters; economy, livability condition, individuals, living, and government. Exceeding expectations in these key zones sho through solid human capital, social capital, as well as ICT framework’
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parul university

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