In A Cross-Section one of the student’s project which most resembles an architectural section drawing, the driver takes a segment of the strip city with it at the speed of the car and on the plane of the driver as it traverses the city. A Cross-Section is a moving section in which the plane of the document is constantly moving forward. The driver which appears near the middle of a horizontally elongated document of parallel vanishing spaces is represented as a silhouette framed by the back of the front car seats and the front windshield. This figure which turns the steering wheel so slightly and vibrates to the motor of the car pushes the strip city with it at the speed in which it drives. The study is actually constructed by walking the city exhaustibly four times, each time covering a segment of the strip; two vast and empty sidewalks, a linear network of unconnected drive-through zones and parking lots, and a railroad track which ran parallel to the street. Through video editing, the student connected the individual parallel views next to each other exposing adjacencies imperceptible during a normal drive yet informed by the act of driving in that particular zone. Like on a typical section drawing, he presented adjacent yet disjointed spaces alongside each other on a line - in this case on a moving line.