The southwest corridor or southwest expressway was a project designed to bring an eight lane highway into the city of boston from a direction southwesterly of downtown it was supposed to connect with interstate 95 i 95 at route 128as originally designed it would have followed the right of way of the former penn central new haven railroad mainline current amtrak northeast corridor . After the inner belt was canceled the 13 mile long four lane melnea cass boulevard was constructed along the former inner belt i 95 section right of way and today connects i 93 with massachusetts avenue and columbus avenue ma 28 in south boston. History and politics of transportation in the united states transportation has always shaped development it has been a major factor in the growth of the united states from the earliest days of settlement the location and the success of a city depended on its proximity to the various transportation systems of the era. The importance of public transportation for sustainability in arctic cities but the fundamental idea of development built around transportation is ancient cities have always sprung up alongside rivers not only for the water source for personal and commercial consumption but especially as modes of transportation for people and cargo . We found that 56 of these cities had municipal transportation plans while the remaining 13 only had transportation documents for the metropolitan region we have discovered widening gaps between innovation in the private sector the expressed preferences of citizens and the visions of city planners regarding transportation investment
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