A day in No Man's Land, where transformation is coming — for better or worse 

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Locals such as ‘Boxcar’ Lukat try to make ends meet in a long-neglected area dotted with crumbling infrastructure and lots of trash.
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The area is dotted with crumbling infastructure.
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And a lot of trash.
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Arthur Romero, 61, says police stop to visit with him.
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The No. 3 bus connects No Man’s Land to downtown Colorado Springs.
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Carl Wright says the community should reach out more to the poor.
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Eric Bala hopes improvements to the street will help his hotel business.
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CDOT inspectors see issues with this bridge.
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Carl Wright says the community should reach out more to the poor.

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