My City Filled In A Freeway and Revitalized Our Downtown

This street used to be a six lane wide pit. Photo Martin Edic

But there was a dark side we have yet to deal with. A look at the racial and economic undercurrents of urban planning and development.

It took years to make it happen but once it did, everything changed

I live in Rochester, NY, a metro area of around one million people on the shores of Lake…

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