When Boston's Big Dig project plunged previously elevated roadways underground, the city found itself rich in prime urban land. Community and political leaders seized the opportunity to enhance Boston's city life by providing additional parks and gardens to connect some of its oldest, most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. They named the park system the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.
The Greenway brings urban boulevards built on a pedestrian scale to Boston's dense old downtown neighborhoods.
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