Don't Replace Seattle's Viaduct
The people's waterfront coalition proposes that the "viaduct should be torn down ... but building a replacement would be too expensive and disruptive. Instead, the group has proposed "a package of smaller projects to keep traffic moving through downtown without the viaduct. They include reconfiguring Interstate 5, improving downtown arterials and signal timing, expanding transit, and adopting tolls and other strategies to discourage driving."
Thanks to Felix Sukhenko