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Washmill underpass - a modest proposal

washmill-loop.jpgSeems like a shame. Taxpayers in Halifax are spending $15.5-million on the Washmill Lake Court Underpass, and even the city councillors voting for it aren't happy.

It got us wondering: what would it take to get people excited about this project? Is there some way this project could put Halifax on the cutting edge of something? Make all those millions feel like they were really worth it? Well, here's our proposal.

Listen.

Listen in as Stephanie talks to an architect at Dal about what this loop would cost to build, and how it would work. And vote in our poll, below. Or if you have a better idea, show us! Download a picture of the construction site and work your magic designing a new concept. Submit your ideas to us at mainhfx@cbc.ca

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