If you are familiar with the Master Plan for the Central Delaware, produced in 2011 by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation, you’ve probably seen the image below. It’s a shiny rendering that depicts a park spanning I-95 and Columbus Boulevard, creating a welcoming pedestrian connection to the Delaware River. But how feasible is this project? When, if ever, will it come to fruition? As PlanPhilly’s Kellie Patrick Gates explains, timing and funding are key. She looks into these questions and more in the article “Proposed park over I-95 and Columbus Blvd. easy to build, hard to fund” on PlanPhilly.com.
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