The Death Row of Urban HighwaysNov 4th, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: General
Apocryphal or not, the story offers little solace to current city residents. In cities across the country, highway-placement decisions of yesterday continue to impact life today. The ghosts of the interstate era still linger in New Haven’s Route 34 Connector, for instance, which has bifurcated the downtown district for more than half a century.
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