We need to continue to invest in our cities infrastructure to ensure we can service both the day time and bedtime communities. Simply put, without access people will go elsewhere.
The Boston Globe offered this image:
the sound you just heard was the unmistakable sloshing of preservationists paddling up Fort Point Channel coming to the rescue of a bridge that has long served as a historical gateway between the Financial District and the South Boston Waterfront. We may never get the tens of millions of dollars needed to restore the bridge, but at least we had fun dreaming about it.
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