Bertha burps WPPSS

In a can-you-believe-your-eyes? article on a German project to build a roof over an expanded highway running through Hamburg, writer Joseph Stromberg digs Seattle, in several ways:

Of course, there’s also another solution to eliminating traffic noise: tearing out urban highways entirely. In the US, Seattle is burying a downtown waterfront highway at a cost of $4.2 billion (and counting), and there’s a pretty good case to be made that the city would have been better off removing the highway and replacing it with parks or pedestrian-friendly development.

From Vox

From Vox