December 27, 2007
The impact of the Boston Central Artery/Tunnel project is the subject of National Public Radio’s interview with City Journal’s Nicole Gelinas. Exploring how the project has changed the city’s landscape, she puts into perspective the improvements the project has had on Boston’s infrastructure. The largest U.S. urban transportation modernization ever undertaken, the project is the result of more than 30 years of planning and 12 years of construction. It included 161 lane-miles (259 lane-kilometers) of interstate highway, an underground expressway, and a new bridge over the Charles River.
National Public Radio Reviews Events of Boston Central Artery
Learn more about the Boston CAT on the project page.