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Urban Design

The Most Important Part of Dismantling an Urban Freeway

An op-ed in the Dallas Morning News reminds us that a great urban neighborhood won’t ‘magically’ sprout from the ashes of I-345. So the city and its partners need to start planning what that looks like.
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Transportation

A New Plan for Tearing Down I-345

The Toole Design Group's I-345 Framework Plan, an update to TxDOT's highway study, offers detailed analysis of how removing an urban highway would impact mobility in Dallas.
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Local News

Tomorrow: A Chance To Hear About the History and Future of I-345

Some last-minute notice for some civically engaged Saturday morning fun, this time centered around racial equity.
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Transportation

Catching Up With Downtown Dallasites at TxDOT’s Latest Meeting on I-345

How did downtowners feel about removing the freeway?
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Transportation

TxDOT Wants To Hear From the Public About Removing I-345

A long-awaited feasibility study is kicking off, giving Dallasites three upcoming chances to voice their opinions.
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Urban Design

The Federal Government May Soon Help Pay to Remove Freeways

A federal transportation spending bill includes dollars for the planning and construction involved in removing an inner-city freeway.
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Transportation

How To Save Pedestrians, Tear Out a Highway, and Use Buses to Enhance Our Transit Network

All this and more inside this post, culled from an urbanism and transportation symposium held yesterday that attracted a good portion of the Dallas mayoral candidates.
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Local News

Dallas Council Committee Vote Marks Breakthrough on I-345 Teardown

The Economic Development and Housing Committee voted Monday to join a TxDOT study exploring the impact of removing the highway.
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Transportation

Did Yesterday’s Downtown Traffic Mess Say Anything About the I-345 Teardown?

Might as well say "so much for global warming..."
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