In my experience, most people in this situation care greatly about money. It's usually the most important thing. We are talking about primarily taking out a single row of houses adjacent to the feeder road. These are not choice places to live today. Most are probably not owner occupied. Both landowners and tenants get money. Sometimes tenants get very significant money in relocation funds. In short, for the few unfortunate folks who lose their homes, those homes are almost all literally on the feeder road. In the end, these folks should receive enough compensation to buy a replacement home in the same neighborhood that is not on the feeder road and still have money left over. I would take that deal any day of the week.