Included among the new and under-construction parks in today's New Orleans:
"In fact," reports Rechdahl, "since Katrina, New Orleans has built out its parks-and-rec infrastructure at the speed of Robert Moses, spending $134 million on such projects since 2010. In four years, the city has doubled the number of pools, and this year will triple the number of recreation centers. And though it didn’t have a single dedicated on-street bike lane until 2008, this year it hopes to stripe its 100th mile."
The article also includes questions about how the maintenance of the parks will funded, which has yet to be resolved.