Most Bostonians hate Storrow Drive. They hate the traffic, the noise, the smog, or that it blocks pedestrians access to the Charles River. Some might be surprised to learn that James Storrow would have hated it as well.
Storrow championed the development of an esplanade where the highway now sits, and neither he or his widow intended for her donation to the city to be spent on a highway. Now planners are considering alternative options for Storrow Drive that are more in line with his original intention.
Read more and list to a special report on this topic at WBUR.