Akron Converted an Abandoned Highway into Green Space

Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
More than a half-century ago, the city of Akron, Ohio, built a highway called the Innerbelt into its downtown. Like a lot of freeways created during that era, it destroyed some neighborhoods while cutting off others from the center of the city. This unused freeway has become a pop-up forest and makes it easy to envision turning practically any area into green space. Follow this link to read the complete article. Sourced from Governing