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By Clair Enlow
September 22, 2004
It's back to the ballot in November for Seattle's monorail. In the meantime, the question of how to replace the aging Alaskan Way viaduct is stalled. Between the state mandate to maintain highway capacity, the unacceptable blockage of an aerial roadway and the overwhelming cost of tunneling we may never rebuild.
Photos by Gordon Price
Seattle’s sense of entitlement to vast amounts of roadways leads to gridlock, according to Gordon Price. Denser, pedestrian oriented development in urban areas will mean fewer cars on the road.
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