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I've seen that S. Cap plan before. That's pretty old now and I don't think it's the best use of the land. With the construction of the 11th street bridge, I'd like to see if its possible to reduce the capacity of South Capitol. I think Geoffrey is on the right track about that.

Instead of a park in the middle of the road north of the river, maybe eliminate a few lanes, fill in the underpass and add green space on the side east side as far up as reasonable. As development comes, they would have a more accessible park. If we had a few billion, burying the SE / SW freeway and the Union Station rail connection would be great.

by Randall M. on Jan 2, 2013 4:20 pm • linkreport

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