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How (Not) To Restore Urban Waterways

What Toronto can learn from Seoul. Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. As Toronto city councillors debate the next steps of a proposal to cover train tracks with a park, South Korea’s capital city demonstrates the possibilities and pitfalls of bringing buried waterways back to […] The post How (Not) To Restore Urban Waterways appeared first on Torontoist.
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