Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Trinity River Corridor Project
The May 29 issue of the Texas Observer has an interesting article about the Trinity River Corridor Project - the largest public works project ever undertaken by the city of Dallas.
Ian Dille writes that "depending on whom you ask, the project is either Dallas’ opportunity to reinvent itself as a 'world-class city' or an example of the city’s weakness for business-driven policy and political bickering. Or both."
Click here to read the article, then share your opinion on TSA's blog by clicking below on "Comments."
(The award-winning Trinity River Audubon Center, the first major project to be completed in the corridor, is featured in the 2008 Nov/Dec issue of Texas Architect. Click here to read about it.)
(Image above from the May 29 issue of the Texas Observer)