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Deutsch: Robert Moses (* 18. Dezember 1888 in New Haven; † 29. Juli 1981 in West Islip, New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Stadtplaner. Er gilt als einer der einflussreichsten Stadtplaner in der Geschichte.
English: Robert Moses ( December 18 1888July 29 1981) was the "master builder" of mid-20th century New York City, Long Island, and other suburbs. As the shaper of a modern city, he is sometimes compared to Baron Haussmann of Second Empire Paris, and he was easily the most polarizing figure in the history of urban planning in the United States. Although he never held elected office, Moses was arguably the most powerful person in New York City government from the 1930s to the 1950s. He literally changed shorelines, built roadways in the sky, and transformed vibrant neighborhoods forever. His decisions favoring highways over public transport formed the modern suburbs of Long Island and influenced a generation of engineers, architects, and urban planners who spread his philosophies across the nation.
Français : Robert Moses ( 18 décembre 1888 à New Haven (Connecticut) - 29 juillet 1981) est un urbaniste américain, artisan de la rénovation de New York entre 1930 et 1950. Son père est un commerçant réputé et agent immobilier.
ქართული: რობერტ მოზესი (Robert Moses) ( 18 დეკემბერი, 188829 ივლისი, 1981) — მე-20 საუკუნის ნიუ-იორკის, ლონგ-აილენდისა და მისი შემოგარენის "დიდი მშენებელი". როგორც თანამედროვე ქალაქის იერსახის შემქმნელს, მას ხშირად პარიზიმეორე იმპერიის ბარონ ოსმანს ადარებენ და ერთხმად აშშ-ის ქალაქგეგმარებაში ყველაზე პოლარიზებულ ფიგურად აღიარებენ. თუმცა არჩეული არასდროს ყოფილა, მოზესი ყველაზე გავლენიანი პიროვნება იყო ნიუ-იორკ სიტის მთავრობაში 1930-იანიდან 1950-იან წლებამდე. მან პირდაპირი მნიშვნელობით შეცვალა სანაპირო ზოლები, გზატკეცილები ააგო ზეცაში და მთელი რეგიონების სამუდამო ტრანსფორმაცია მოახდინა. მის გადაწყვეტილებებს, რომელიც უპირატესობას ჩქაროსნულ გზატკეცილებს ანიჭებდა საზოგადოებრივი ტრანსპორტის ნაცვლად, შედეგად ლონგ-აილენდის თანამედროვე გარეუბნების აღმოცენება მოჰყვა, რამაც თავის მხრივ გავლენა იქონია ინჟინერთა, არქიტექტორთა და ურბანისტთა მთელ თაობაზე, რომლებმაც მისი ფილოსოფია მთელი ქვეყნის მასშტაბით განავრცეს.
中文: 羅伯·摩斯(Robert Moses, 1888年12月18日1981年7月29日) 是20世紀紐約和其市郊的建築大師。
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