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Eight Years Later, A Post-Katrina Report Card

A landscaped pedestrian path that was part of the construction efforts post-Katrina. Image © Wikimedia Commons
A landscaped pedestrian path that was part of the construction efforts post-Katrina. Image © Wikimedia Commons

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, design charettes involving the Gulf coast community led to many proposals, ranging from the large-scale (establishing Gulfport as a major harbor city) to the more personal (bike paths). Eight years after the fact, many of these projects are still in progress, or have yet to begin - but the outlook remains bright. The Sun-Herald's Michael Newsom explores the background behind these efforts, and explains the hurdles they’ve faced along the way. Read the full piece here.

Cite:Katherine Allen. "Eight Years Later, A Post-Katrina Report Card" 14 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/428866/eight-years-later-a-post-katrina-report-card/>