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Despite changing infrastructure needs in the Mon Valley, the Mon-Fayette Expressway refuses to die

Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Posted in: History,Infrastructure,Reports and Research,Transportation

Despite changing infrastructure needs in the Mon Valley, the Mon-Fayette Expressway refuses to die  from the Pittsburgh City Paper
“Sustainable-development nonprofit PennFuture has campaigned against the Mon-Fayette for years and gave it the undead moniker in 2015. “It is the zombie highway because you can’t kill it,” says Andrea Boykowycz, formerly of PennFuture. “It’s impossible to kill.” But there’s a reason the Mon-Fayette won’t stay buried: It’s been embedded into the Mon Valley’s hopes and dreams for decades.”

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