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Gray Infrastructure on Buenos Aires Metro-Matrix (Case Study)
  MIT Lecture Metro-Lab Metropolitan Discipline Metro-Matrix Pedro B. Ortiz
  Gray Infrastructure is both for Passenger and Goods transport.
The passenger one is Road and Rail. The Good's one, often called basic urban services, are pipes, wires, and intangible as well as roads.
The Metro Matrix integrates Green and Gray Infrastructure.

When applied to Buenos Aires we can see the diagonals of Buenos Aires are not a feature that should distort the topographic, geographic, administrative and historical reticular DNA of the Metropolis.

Understanding and managing the metropolis on its own natural mechanisms instead of imposing a contra-natura inefficient concept will not only solve numerous problems and contradictions, it will boost the economy, probably shrank by erroneous policies.
Metropolitan Intelligence
  MIT Lecture Metro-Lab Metropolitan Discipline Metro-Matrix Pedro B. Ortiz
  - The Metropolitan Genoma
- The Social and Institutional Component
- The Social Component: Human and Social resources.
- The Institutional Component: Private and Public sestors.
- Law versus Ethics.
- Urban versus Metropolitan Planning
- Confederate, Federal, Unitary.
- Summation versus Integral
- Projects versus Governance
- Peter Pan Syndrome
-Teutoburg Forest: Roman Law versus Common Law
- Latins versus Anglo-Saxons
- World neuronal (people) sinopsis (internet)
The Wealth of Metropolises, MIT Metro-Lab 2018
  MIT Lecture Metro-Lab Metropolitan Discipline Metro-Matrix Pedro B. Ortiz
  - Efficiency
- GDP National share
- Governance basic systems
- Economic intervention
- Labor, Entrepreneurship and Capital
- Peter Pan Syndrome: Shadow metropolis
- Provision of goods and services
- Divisibles and indivisible
- Taxation: Direct and Indirect
- Efficiency versus Equitable share
Green & Gray Infrastructure, MIT Metro-Lab 2018
  MIT Lecture Metro-Lab Metropolitan Discipline Metro-Matrix Pedro B. Ortiz
  - The Physical component of the Metropolitan Genoma
- The 5 elements
- The 4 theories of Metropolitan structuring in the 20th C.
- Green and Gray coordination
- Integration of Scales
- Egg recipe
- The Metropolitan Digit
- Diversity on Digits
- Cultural adaptation
- The Components of the Genoma
- Metropolitan Gaps (Gabriel Lanfranchi)
- Elements subsytem (Rafael Forero)
Education: Most Frequent Questions Asked at the World Bank Institute Land Use Course
  Modal Capacity-Speed Public Urban Transport
  The World Bank Institute (education branch of the World Bank) has a Land Use Course with a exceptional Substantive approach. It is departure from usual Procedural Planning. Procedural courses are only useful to the country where the procedures are from. Substantive is worldwide. It is the essence of Planning.
The course is aimed to participants from all over the world. Public involvement in their most diverse cities and regions makes this course unique. It is a privilege to have participants of such quality.Tutors learn as much as they do.
Year after year, course after course substantive questions come back and back again. This is a summary of those issues, questions and answers. They are available to be filed both by Course Students or other interested Professionals.

We have joined as well some of the Urban Pre-Analyses made during the Course discussions: Luanda (Angola), Nish (Serbia), Monrovia (Liberia), Zrenjanin, (Serbia), New Delhi (India), Vientiane (Laos), Medellin (Colombia), N’Djamena (Chad), Tirana (Albania), Tegucigalpa (Honduras), San Salvador (El Salvador), Copenhagen Structure Collapse (Denmark)