Cleveland as a GENERIC CITY??(based on Rem Koolhaas' "Generic City" concept
To not consider
To not concentrate on the Square as a centre
To consider other important issues that could be solved with the available space at the Square
To free the Square from its historical bindings and envision it as a utilitarian space of today and tomorrow
To give the space a multiple choice usage, considering the Square a flexible fractal of the whole city
Eliminating pedestrian traffic completely and providing for rides instead
Reorganization of vehicular traffic and RTA bus routes by creating special lanes for them could be a practical solution
A mechanism that is functional, logical and is purely derived from the present day need of the "
Hence a system of raising Ontario and Superior, having only the RTA hub at the ground level and creating a system of "rides" across the square to stop pedestrian traffic right at the corner where the intersecting streets meet the square.To have bridges at higher levels for people from surrounding buildings to come into the square at the ground level for buses/to get to their parking garages,hence at certain points there would be tower-like structures connecting people to the square.The height of the towes can increase with change and based on needs.