Highway to Nowhere coming down? Not really.

Turns out, they’re just tearing down the elevated end of the highway, from Pulaski to Monroe streets (a two-block portion of the 16-block highway that ends at Greene Street) in order to enlarge the Maryland Transit Administration parking lot for the West Baltimore MARC station. Full Story »

Posted by Katherina Capon
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Subjects: Community, Local
Topics: Baltimore
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Posted by: Posted by Katherina Capon - Feb 14, 2011 - 2:35 PM PST
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Edited by: Mary Hartney - Apr 13, 2011 - 8:36 AM PDT

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Mary Hartney
4.2
by Mary Hartney - Apr. 15, 2011

The writer sets out to clear the record about what's actually going on with the Highway to Nowhere and offers context and community opinion along the way. This is an enterprising, well-sourced report.

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Katherina Capon
3.2
by Katherina Capon - Feb. 14, 2011

I thought the story was well written and intriguing but I also found it to a bit biased. The writer's view definitely were exposed in the piece and the sides of the story seemed a bit unbalanced. When the writer discussed the city's plans he referenced articles and press releases but never actually spoke to anyone but when he wanted to reveal the side that he clearly felt stronger for he actually talked and met up with people. It seemed like he put more effort into the second half of the story

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