We've compiled a Research Brief that we feel represent the latest in urban planning and transportation methodology. Not surprisingly, it's pretty clear that no community in the country would think it was a good idea to triple the size of its most congested urban interchange. Also, read what the Brookings Institution's Bruce Katz has to say about Louisville's excessive road building and the national trend to tear down waterfront expressways.
A member of the C-J editorial board has removed himself from the Bridges topic due to his conflict of interest, but you'd never know it based on their editorials. Take a minute to read common misconceptionÂ about our plan. Where is the 1999 "gridlock" traffic study? At first, they had it. Then they were looking for it. Then they lost it. Now apparently, it was so obviously a bad idea that they didn't even document it. Kind of makes you wonder.