In the post, he cites an article in Business Insider titled "11 dramatic public-space transformations captured by Google Street View" which concludes that "cities across the world are becoming less car-oriented and more pedestrian friendly":
Jason Faulk states:
Most dramatic are the conversions of a street in Minneapolis, and the covering of the open-air recessed freeway in Dallas. All of which beg: if Lafayette, LA wants to spend $700 million to $1 billion on a 5 mile freeway connector, what other potentialities for urban space, that creates value for human beings on the ground, in private and public spaces are possible?#Y49Lafayette indeed.#LafayetteConnector
What other possibilities for use of this space were considered instead of the urban freeway planned in this project?
This Facebook post generated interesting dialog through comments. I request that DOTD provide a response to this post and its associated comments.
To which, the Evangeline Corridor Initiative says: "Hogwash".ReplyDelete
It would help if I activated the links:ReplyDelete
Evangeline Corridor Initiative website
Alternative URL of ECI website