Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Gasoline Price and a rational Interchange design

Interchanges are great for good traffic flow and avoid congestions. But they are expensive and you often drive a mile or two before you can take a simple U-turn [driving down US-1 in New Jersey for example]. The chances of missing a turn and driving like crazy to make up lost time is not uncommon either [remove those rigid separators to start with]. I think we should optimize the interchange and other devices designed to make traffic flow easier. What we want now is a design that is Simpler, uses less space, and consumes LESS GAS.

A good starting point to know about interchanges:

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