Casey Arborway Report. The Sky is Opening Up.

 A view unseen of Franklin Park Wilderness since 1895 from South Street

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A view unseen of Franklin Park Wilderness since 1895 from South Street

The streetscape around Forest Hills continues to change rapidly.

The Casey Arborway parkway to Franklin Park takes shape. This view would be recognized by FL Olmsted himself when his Arborway design was being built in 1893

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The Casey Arborway parkway to Franklin Park takes shape. This view would be recognized by FL Olmsted himself when his Arborway design was being built in 1893

The sky is opened. Going  towards Egleston Square and points easterly

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The sky is opened. Going towards Egleston Square and points easterly

Piles being sunk for posts to support the new busway platform

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Piles being sunk for posts to support the new busway platform

This bus  canopy will be removed and a new busway constructed over the parking lot shifting buses  westerly away from the current South Street intersection.

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This bus canopy will be removed and a new busway constructed over the parking lot shifting buses westerly away from the current South Street intersection.

This exit building will be moved to a new structure on the opposite side of New Washington Street

South Street. The last bridge platform.

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South Street. The last bridge platform.

This exit building will be moved across to New Washington Street in glass enclosed structure on the SWC park. The rails were set in 1985 but never used by streetcars.

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This exit  will be moved across to New Washington Street to a glass enclosed structure on the SWC Park. The rails were set in 1985 but never used by streetcars.

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  • FartFace

    So cool. Keep up the great work.

  • kinopio

    I live a mile from this site and can easily hear the construction at night. I feel bad for the people who live right there.

  • Chris

    People are acting like they’ve never seen the sky before. The Arborteum is right next door, FYI

  • Paul

    No pictures of the daily traffic jams or the cars going through at 50 mph