Wow! That is amazing high density sprawl. Like the textbook definition.
I am more concerned with the white obelisk on the side of the road
I kept that image - how to do an auto dealership in a form-based code worldNo joke, when I saw that my first reaction was "okay, it's a Volvo dealership. What am I looking for here?" Apparently the only foreign cars are Volvos.
When we hiked the Cascades a couple of years ago, at check in with the ranger office, they told us to bring our passports, as sometimes you slip in and out of Canada - he said it didn't used to be problem but now it is
Considering it's a foot or so over on the American side.That is probably the most Canadian thing I've ever seen.
And for the truly budget-minded traveler, a night in Bangladesh can go for as cheap as $2 a night! For realz
That is weird for sure. When I looked at the links I thought 'damn, that kinda has a Pittsburghish feel, but yah, dat's Duluth.
This is one of the worst intersections in Elizabeth. It's not really a traffic circle though. The circle is really a connected set of doglegs. Rt. 9 carries a LOT of local truck traffic.One of the larger tollboths where the the Turnpike & Parkway Intersect
Drive through this the days I am in office. I take the GSP and crossover to the NJTP. I try to go through the EZ Pass lane that's the 3rd from the right since that lines up pretty well with the left lane of the entrance to NJTP without getting buzzed by the trucks.
NJ traffic circle -
My all time favorite - it was much more of a challenge before NJDOT built the 202 overpass. My mom used to be the bookkeeper at a Greek Diner that use to be where the in-line center is (NW Quad). I used to see exactly how fast I could manage the circle in my VW beetle in the late 70s/early 80s. Looking back, it's a wonder I was never involved in a wreck.
Oof. I used to work at the McD's in Branchburg and had to travel through the circle, seen plenty of hairy accidents there.My all time favorite - it was much more of a challenge before NJDOT built the 202 overpass. My mom used to be the bookkeeper at a Greek Diner that use to be where the in-line center is (NW Quad). I used to see exactly how fast I could manage the circle in my VW beetle in the late 70s/early 80s. Looking back, it's a wonder I was never involved in a wreck.
Route 22 is so jam packed now with traffic you literally crawl westbound through the two miles closest to the GSP. Those U-turns are ridiculous especially when people are making one with the goal of merging into traffic to cut across 4 lanes to the retail on the other side. The U-turn nearest the Target is notorious for that.
We had those (enclosed) in Minneapolis and are called skywalks.
Interestingly, look at the 'ghost' realignments for the three roads adjacent. It appears the local road jurisdiction has platted a bypass of the cemetery that puts it outside the road right-of-way(s).