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Inner Loop projects beginning to take shape

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For decades, it was perhaps the most underutilized thoroughfare in Rochester, an urban-renewal-era roadway meant to move drivers into and out of downtown in rapid fashion. In reality, the Inner Loop was very much a moat, sans water. The sunken, four-lane expressway cut off neighborhoods, discouraged walkability and turned long stretches of side streets into nothing ...

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