A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
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A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)

Well done, John G and Kevin for correctly identifying our last sidewalk photo as Eastern Parkway looking west towards Poplar Level Road. Here’s a new sidewalk ready to be identified in the comments.

Local News

  • Neighborhood poverty in Louisville, recent data from the ACS. (MapGrapher)
  • Louisville Transportation Camp recap. (Metro Mapper)
  • John Hausman on one Clifton home’s green features. (Green Triangle)
  • Louisville opens two new healthy in a hurry stores. (Metro Lou)
  • GLI’s Joe Reagan headed to St. Louis. (WFPL)
  • 2011 highlights & lowlights from NA Confidential. (Part 1, Part 2)
  • Downtown agency gets new satellite office in Bycks Lofts. (C-J)
  • Indiana popcorn maker eyes Park Hill neighborhood for 51 jobs. (C-J)
Transportation
  • Road rage: a symptom of much more than bad traffic? (NPR)
  • Driving drops again, but what’s the real picture? (TNR)
  • Niagara Falls looks to tear down waterfront highway. (Buffalo News)
  • More on the removal of Robert Moses Parkway. (StreetsBlog)
  • Wisconsin road trip: Who really pays for roads? (Buffalo Rising)
  • Indy to repurpose stadium seats at bus stops. (Urbanophile)
  • Horseshoe offers $1 million to open Sherman Minton by Jan. 27. (N&T)
  • Purdue studies motorists most likely to crash. (C-J)
Other News
  • The fringe suburb isn’t dead, it’s just not breathing. (NAC)
  • An encyclopedia of land use codes. (Atlantic Cities)
  • Boston pushes micro-units to lure young to the waterfront. (Globe)
  • New study shows collective effects of surface mines on watershed. (WFPL)
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5 COMMENTS

  1. Joanne and Bill are correct. 11th Street, just south of Broadway (Just west of the TARC building)

  2. Yup. This is where the Amtrak station was for the short-lived Kentucky Cardinal between Louisville and Chicago via Indianapolis. According to Wikipedia, Louisville spent $370,000 to build the track spur in the photo and renovate Union Station back in late 2001, and it was only used for a year and a half before the service was cancelled due to low ridership.

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