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» Healing Freeway Scars from Beyond Brilliance
Columbus: As noted in David Sucher's fabulous city comforts blog, Columbus Ohio, faced with a freeway widening project, has [Read More]

» Urban Beautification from Historical Ramblings
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» Old London Bridge, Gordon Home from clew's reviews: a book log
A seventy-year-old history book is usually a historical source itself. This one is not shocking in its views; it is, rather, sweet, considering with equal affection the many stages, makeshifts, and heroic repairs of the bridges that have stood... [Read More]

» New Bridge, Old Bridge from One Man & His Blog
City Comforts describes an innovative project in the US to turn an overpass into a normal street. City Comforts Blog: Hello Columbus to the I-670 Cap Of course, those with a sense of history will know that this is far from a new concept. Only a few cen... [Read More]

» Healing Freeway Scars from Abstract Dynamics
Wow, this is good, I pretty much agree with City Comforts gushing write up. The skinny? The city of Columbus... [Read More]

» Urban Beautification from Historical Ramblings
A fantastic find by David Sucher of City Comforts Blog on how Columbus is turning freeway overpasses into regular city blocks with stores and sidewalks. This really could be a model for re-connecting urban spaces split by the Interstate System.... [Read More]

» Ponte Nuovo from locussolus
David Sucher at City Comforts (by way of the excellent Beyond Brilliance, Beyond Stupidity) writes about the compromise that led ODOT to line a bridge over a Columbus overpass with shops. It's a pretty exciting possibility, and one that might have some... [Read More]

» City Comforts Blog: Hello Columbus to the I-670 Cap from atlantalarry
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» Columbus Business First from Columbus Business First
Find nearby in a December issue of the Columbus sports and busines [Read More]

» New Bridge, Old Bridge from One Man & His Blog
City Comforts describes an innovative project in the US to turn an overpass into a normal street. City Comforts Blog: Hello Columbus to the I-670 Cap Of course, those with a sense of history will know that this is far... [Read More]

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