I have been working on Tribus since early last year. I will have better pictures and more sufficient information on this thread later on.
Tribus was formerly grounds of one of the International Expositions of the late 19th Century, or was supposed to have been before funding was cut short. The fairgrounds was built along a tributary of the Hudson River and planned by the owner of the local blue sandstone quarry, Walden Jacobs. Being that the Village of Tribus was initially built as a massive park, its design turned out to be not very autocentric. Few houses have direct access to the main roadway. Being that most of Tribus' buildings were constructed along winding trails and embedded within steep hills, traveling about the fairgrounds has proven to be a cumbersome endeavor for many years. Fortunately, by the year 2050, Tribus' network of underground access tunnels had finally been modernized for safe and easy travel.