THE STATE HAD PUSHED A “BOULEVARD” DESIGN THAT WAS TOO MUCH LIKE THE HIGHWAY IT WAS SUPPOSED TO REPLACE.
The Scajaquada Corridor project was supposed to be a highway removal that would reconnect Buffalo residents with beautiful Delaware Park. The park is part of the public space network designed for Buffalo by revered landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The construction of the expressway in the 1940s severely diminished it.Read More
SEVERAL BUFFALO COMMON COUNCILMEMBERS WANT THE KENSINGTON EXPRESSWAY ADDED TO THE STUDIES CURRENTLY BEING CONDUCTED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ON THE SCAJAQUADA EXPRESSWAY THROUGH DELAWARE PARK.
Both roads are products of the highway model, mowing down everything to build expressways: Read More