support for west shoreway swells alongside state’s attempts to kill it

A handful of U.S. cities have torn down or busted through the ’60s-era highway walls that separate their neighborhoods from adjacent waterways. Despite critics’ fears that such people-friendly projects will cause calamitous traffic delays, they often reap major economic, social and environmental benefits while adding only a few minutes to the average commute.

Fresh Water Cleveland, 12/1/11


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