The stinkers? That'd be the Jefferson Parkway (Denver); Trinity River Parkway (Dallas); I-269 (Memphis) ... and yes, right in our own backyard ...
4 Great Transportation Projects to Watch (and 4 Awful Ones), by Eric Jaffe (The Atlantic Cities -- Places Matter)
I-265 Bridge (Indiana and Kentucky)
"It is the epitome of a classic highway boondoggle," writes Sierra of the $2.6 billion Interstate 265 bridge that connects Indiana and Kentucky over the Ohio River. Earlier this year the federal government gave the green light to a part of the project that involves tunneling 2,000 feet below historic woodlands near Louisville. Tunnel critic Aaron Renn (via Streetsblog) points out that Indiana taxpayers will be backing a Kentucky road to the tune of $100,000 per foot. Ouch.