Where the Eisenhower Interstate system went too far

I love long distance driving and most of the amazing U.S. Interstate system. But the “broken” parts have always been those within our cities — they’re not scaled quite right, they break up local communities too much, and they’re often ugly. Now I understand where we went wrong in carrying out Eisenhower’s vision. Check out this great piece that explores how we could run our highways so they’d serve our dual needs: intercity driving and intracity transportation.

LINK: What the Interstate Highway System Should Have Looked Like