I have not read it, at least not yet, but presume it follows from the authors' Planning article a few years ago with the same theme. In it, the Pittsburgh/Cleveland megapolitan region is named the "Steel Corridor". OK, I guess. I am sure others would prefer DNA-pike or something like that. That and Cincinnati/Columbus is the region called the Ohio Valley. Maybe we should just refer to ourselves as the Greater Upper Ohio Valley Agglomeration (or GUOVA? it almost works). I will stick with Cleveburgh as the megapolitan region that has the most operational reality to it today.