"No one would argue that Boston will not be a better place on that day when the old artery becomes a kit of wasted parts. Around the country, other Americans are reassessing their urban environment, turning to context-sensitive design and alternative forms of transportation. The renewal of federal funding in the transportation bill next year may see more money for rail transportation. In the meantime, Boston offers a cautionary tale about how difficult it is to re-create a walking city in a nation long dominated by the car."
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan