Will Pavia with The Times recently discussed the popularity of deck parks, a solution that many American cities are planning to utilize in order to add green space and help reconnect cities. Creating parkland on top of highways has become a favored approach for motorways that divide neighborhooods.
From Dallas to Kansas City to Atlanta, Jim Burnett discusses how deck parks are gaining popularity and reinvigorating cities across America. Read more about the future of deck parks and Jim’s discussion with The Times.
Featured image: Klyde Warren Park, a 5.2-acre deck park designed by OJB Landscape Architecture.