Saturday, December 3, 2016

We Live In Megaregions

An ever increasing share of the world’s population is living in what are known as megaregions - clusters of interconnected cities. The concept of the megaregion is decades old and fairly easy to grasp, but geographically defining them has turned out to be rather tricky.

Now, researchers have attempted to map the megaregions of the contiguous United States by studying the commutes of American workers.

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Keep in mind this map does not show the 95 million of us who no longer count as "workers". We have been disappeared, and this is no accident.

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