Niagara Falls By: Patrick Ashley
New York is going to tear down a part of the Robert Moses State Parkway. Moses, who is one of the biggest figures in New York City’s urban development history, and probably the most hated, paved giant expanses of concrete through much of the city and all throughout the state of New York. The part of the parkway, also called the Niagara Falls expressway, that is to be removed stretches two miles along the main part of the river gorge and has long been an obstacle to adventure-seeking pedestrians. The road will be replaced with a nature trail. New York State Parks say the process will take approximately three years and cost around $50 million to complete.