This value agrees to the vehicle system
This value agrees to the vehicle system, yet believes that it should not be made necessary by design. A well designed city (based off of this value) would be concentrated and condensed beside (near at the very least) mass transportation passageways. This concentration should also be nearby key urban centres (hubs) that perform as urban hospitality and unrestricted access to urban amenities and services. Consequently, if the movement of all passageways are stable and in equilibrium the urban, social and economic infrastructures will, correspondingly, be strengthened.
This value emphasises that good practices can only be realised through (accountable, clear, competent and involved) local governance, founded on appropriate data bases, due entitlements, civic responsibilities and duties.