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Road & Car Designs

Accelerating gradually:  jets on runways, my car on entrance ramps

Bridge at Pittsburgh's "front door" is challenge to drivers

Bridges now bear peoples' names, but I prefer the old numbers

Car colors have lost their diversity

Car door unlocking:  hold the key fob to your chin?

Changing into a lane that someone else is also changing into

Computers should be more like cars, not vice versa

Detour's jammed; here's a 50-mile alternate, only takes an hour

“Double Crosssover Merging Interchange” explained

Double traffic circles encountered on my way to a restaurant

Electric car clip-clops along

Falling hillsides near the 80th meridian

Fire hydrant next to parking space

Hill-climbing lanes for trucks should continue past the crest of the hill

Left turns into a choice of possible lanes result in confusion

Merging into traffic sometimes requires special swerves

Moving roadblock:  me driving the speed limit on a narrow road

Navigating by advance research requires no GPS

Niagara Falls?  Exit now!!!  (For information, that is.)

Right-turn and no-right-turn signs disagree

Roads are sometimes named for their destination cities

Sharing city streets without lines or signs or signals

Scoot across the bench seat and use the passenger door

Self-identified "good drivers" may not be what I consider good

Signs:  No trucks!  Kids eschew the sidewalks here!

Steepest street in continental U.S. can be found in Pittsburgh

Stop signs get ignored

Touring car from about 1906 encountered on the street

Trunks in cars can be impractically large