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The Debris

Katrina: The Debris // On The Road

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New Orleans has seen lots of infrastructure construction since the flood.

You don't realize how much you appreciate traffic lights until you have to drive around a city without any. This week on Katrina: The Debris, getting around New Orleans, during and after the storm.

We take a look at how the city’s infrastructure has changed in the past 10 years. David Byrne reads from a blog post about biking around New Orleans. Levees.org takes us on a levee disaster bike tour.

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Landscape architect and urban planner Dana Brown shows us her favorite pothole.

Landscape architect Dana Brown breaks down the infamous pothole situation in New Orleans. 

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Mr. Okra's truck parked in the Marigny.

And we join Mr. Okra on his daily route. 

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