With everything in part one in mind, any new highway construction is now amazingly difficult. Boston has just spent tens of billion undoing the mistake of the Central Artery, and anything else that could eventually turn into a blight on the land is being held to higher standards. Therefore, Crosby's Corner is using several new and interesting methods to minimize the number of houses that have to go down to fix the intersection. Because of those constraints, the new highway will look quite unique. The highway will continue where the current two lane right turn is today, only it will be elevated several feet. where the intersection is today, walled off from the highway by trees, is going to be a new connector road. it's going to duck under the highway until it reached the side with the large development, then split into two on ramps. These ramps will be quite short, again to minimize eminent domain. The intersection, which will now carry vastly fewer cars, should be safer and move quicker, while Route two has its bottlenecks eased.