Originally Posted By: yoyo52You've never been in the traffic circle up in North Cambridge, MA, where Rte. 2 comes down from limited access to city street and intersects immediately with Alewife Brook Parkway. It was sooooo bad that the state decided
You've never been in the traffic circle up in North Cambridge, MA, where Rte. 2 comes down from limited access to city street and intersects immediately with Alewife Brook Parkway. It was sooooo bad that the state decided to get rid of it and put in
Originally Posted By: yoyo52Our wonderfully regressive PENNDOT has decided that the way to solve the traffic problems on Rt. 222 north of Reading is by installing two circles at two major intersections. Idiots. What doesn't everybody like about circ
I can't recall where you're located... ...however,I thought NJ was the only state still using "Circles" to route traffic...? You're not the only one that finds them a devil to negotiate. There are even diagrams that may help. _________
I just ordered one of these. I had a 20% Off promo code on top of the price markdown, so I got it for bubkis. My router is a dual band Belkin, so I figured a dual band extender of the same brand would make sense.
I have map dyslexia. Cannot read them. I also do not understand North, South, East, West type of directions. Just tell me about the landmarks (Micky D's, Wawa's, hospital, CVS, etc.). I hate circles. I will drive 100 miles out of the way to avo
I've been trapped in situations like you've described (Freezing Garages and such when I used to accompany my father to his second job and do homework while waiting for time to pass) Bad enough working outdoors... but sitting where you can't move a
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