Really interesting video. I am always amazed by urban planning and going into different cities and seeing examples of something that has worked or backfired completely. As the beginning of the video states, cities are being built at a rate that simply hasn't been possible without the level of industrialization that we have today, and it's nice to see that people are actually going out and addressing issues that have resulted in some of the older cities around the world having massive issues related to crime, congestion, social integrity, upkeep... just to name a few.
I was recently in Charlotte, North Carolina, and it was amazing to see the amount of urban planning that clearly was put into the down town core. Where many other cities I have been to are cramped and clearly run down, Charlotte allowed a sort of flow that helped businesses, tourists, and vehicles thrive.
Anyways, I'm new here and I know you posted this almost a year ago but just wanted to add my thoughts anyways as this is something I am constantly thinking about when in a new city.