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wmata: Mr. Willigner's argument, which is validated by the numbers from the earlier studies, is that alignments were available for building the freeways in question that would *NOT* have "destroyed hundreds of homes". I-95 could have been built through the District with the impact only being on a few dozen properties. And it would have reduced the need to spent about $3 billion on a new Springfield Interchange and Wilson Bridge.

But that's all water under the bridge now...historical context. Too late to change it now.

by Froggie on Oct 26, 2009 10:05 am • linkreport

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