Halifax sees renewal in removal of its “viaducts” on the road to nowhere

There is much in common between Halifax and Vancouver — major ports, nearly identical suspension bridges, historic downtown cores — and now this: a debate in the east about removing the Cogswell Interchange, a stub to a freeway that was never built.

Vancouver’s debate on removal of the Viaducts, a similar product of a similar dark time, is scheduled for June.