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Joe Guzzardi: California beats Pittsburgh for driving — for now

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  • Ted Lauchland posted at 9:03 am on Mon, Nov 25, 2013.

    Ted Lauchland Posts: 229

    Actually, generally speaking , California roadways are better thought out than other places I have been. The GPS systems kind of tells you that. How much of it is because I am used to California and ways of thinking in the designs and how much is in the fact that California also has newer cities and is relatively richer in public monies to support infrastructure (or used to be) within the number of roads it is to support than back east enters in the mix. If you have driven back there you know that there are a lot of bridges and they also have to deal with old city patterns.

    Over seas you see a lot of old city design dealing with narrow streets and such. Left side driving makes me a hazard and is a bit stressful. Round-abouts are an interesting concept but has it's limits. Red, yellow, green, yellow ,red also has it's interesting perspective. Signage ? - Let's just say I missed California.

     
  • John Kindseth posted at 9:39 pm on Sun, Nov 24, 2013.

    John Kindseth Posts: 228

    joe: From tracy over the Altamont is usually thick and busy, the west side of the Altamont to 680 is a parking lot anytime of the day or night !

    Here in Lodi, I often am the 5th or 6th car stacked up on kettleman. Sometimes I am the third car on Lodi and Hutchins !!! Traffic cant be worse than that, can it ???

    Having "groan" up in Los Angeles I cannot complain much about traffic.

     

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