Highway mega-projects remain tempting to struggling cities and regions in the Rust Belt. But evidence shows they shift economic activity away from existing business districts and don't generate lasting improvements.
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“We have an ongoing discussion in this state that needs to be resolved,” said ARB chair Mary Nichols. “Whenever you add capacity to existing roads, it does create induced demand, and it fills up immediately.”