conurban

conurban

(kɒnˈɜːbən)
adj
(Human Geography) of or relating to a conurbation
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Finalmente, ambos desarrollos se conurban dando lugar a nucleos urbanos duales.
Structural violence in our region is prevalent, especially in the borders zones and conurban cities, and is related to drug trafficking-related violence.
1) COMAPO define como ciudad a centros urbanos que se desarrollan dentro de un municipio con mas de 2500 habitantes y como zona metropolitana -ZM- a la ciudad inicial que se expande para abarcar dos o mas municipios que se conurban entre si o sea que llegan a formar parte de una sola mancha urbana.
En el area metropolitana del Valle de Atemajac o de Guadalajara, donde se conurban seis municipios, hay igual numero de direcciones de diferentes areas de servicio y 107 regidores.
Mega-Housing Development Projects in the Conurban Municipalities of the Mexico City Metropolitan Zone
Between 1999 and 2005, 276,197 houses were authorized in the conurban municipalities of the Mexico City Metropolitan Zone for a middle- and low-income population of 1,243,246 inhabitants.
He worried that in the new conurban "zone," stretching around the globe and displacing the geographies of the European metropolis, there was no longer any room for critical activity, leaving the critic no other choice than to bear witness to his own obsolescence.
Urban communities initially grew up along the coast on the Atlantic Coastal Ridge but as the uplands became crowded and one town merged into another to form the Miami-Palm Beach conurban, suburbs spread westward into wetlands and agricultural areas.