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I don't think more enforcement (there already is plenty) is going to make buses go to RFK.

It's also unclear, then, why they would go to this new facility. If this new facility were attractive to buses, then why not just open up the RFK access road to buses and let them use that as a part of this project?

Community-oriented green space in this area is overrated. We have lots of green spaces, we just have a hard time accessing what is there. If we 'create' some new land out of this reconfiguration, I would rather see it filled with dense development - taking advantage of both the riverfront location and the proximity to Metro.

by Alex B. on Feb 25, 2013 2:50 pm • linkreport

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