Traffic begins to back up at the intersection of Idlewild Road and Independence Boulevard  on a summer afternoon last year. Such expressways are a major enemy of those in Charlotte advocating for less “Big Asphalt” and sprawl.
Traffic begins to back up at the intersection of Idlewild Road and Independence Boulevard on a summer afternoon last year. Such expressways are a major enemy of those in Charlotte advocating for less “Big Asphalt” and sprawl. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Traffic begins to back up at the intersection of Idlewild Road and Independence Boulevard on a summer afternoon last year. Such expressways are a major enemy of those in Charlotte advocating for less “Big Asphalt” and sprawl. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
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