Feb 26, 2014
So, Bertha is stuck underneath Seattle. Jeff Wood and I ask the essential question: Does it matter?
Does Seattle really need that new traffic sewer, when traffic on the Alaskan Way Viaduct has been plummeting? Or is Seattle's $2.8 billion road project destined to be a Freeway without a Future?
We highlight this week's public conversation over CNU's big report calling out highways just begging to be drowned in the bathtub. After all, 2013 was the ninth year in a row that saw Americans driving less. States are beginning to reverse their old assumptions that vehicle miles traveled will grow with abandon.
We talk about all this and more on this, the 12th episode of Talking Headways podcast.
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