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12-Lane Highway Gets Started With Ceremonial Wrecking of Downtown

The destruction of Downtown Louisville by twelve lanes of steel and concrete—about 280 feet wide when massive shoulders are added in—began yesterday with the ceremonial...

Indiana’s Bridge Boondoggle, Part 4: A Better Plan

In the first three parts of this series, I discussed how Indiana so badly botched its negotiation with Kentucky on the Louisville bridges project...

Indiana’s Bridge Boondoggle, Part 3: INDOT’s Mini-Big Dig

In previous installments in this series I highlighted how Indiana managed to increase its share of the Louisville bridges project by $200 million even...

Indiana’s Bridge Boondoggle, Part 2: Hoosiers Pay Even More With Tolls

In part one of this series I examined how Indiana managed to give away $1.7 billion to the state of Kentucky in renegotiating the...

Indiana’s Bridge Deal Boondoggle, Part 1: A Financial Fiasco

- Indiana gives away $1.7 billion to Kentucky - - Indiana’s costs up by $200 million while total project costs decline by $1.5 billion - -...

Video: Ed Glaeser on Why Cities Matter

CEOs for Cities has released a great video by Edward Glaeser about the importance of cities today. Glaeser is an economist at Harvard and...

Structurally Deficient Demagoguery

After a recent inspection, the Kennedy Bridge was again rated as "structurally deficient," a title it's held for several years. Sounds bad, right? In...

This Street In San Francisco Used To Be A Highway

A little while back, I showed you West Street in New York that was once an elevated highway on the Hudson River. Here's another...

Bridges Project Turns Second Street Bridge Into An Off-Ramp

It's been a while since I dissected the unpublicized and unknown components of the Ohio River Bridges Project (the really scary stuff is over...