I’ll get to the street development.
My 2 year old son is a picky eater (refuses to eat anything but treats, and fights cause he’s hungry buy refuses to eat any food (so its hours to get him to bed, almost every night). the one thing he will eat (loves the hell out of it), will eat it any time… German sausage (weistwurst). So I know that you have to have your boundries, but at 1:00am and he says hes hungry (after fighting him for hours and he refused to eat food!!!) Truth is, pains in the ass child, but feed him (NOT hungary), and he goes to sleep with only minutes of complaining…
Problem is, if I want to get that german sausage, I have to get it at kubys (A german delicatesan), the closest to me, in fact the only one in my area I know of…It would seem that there is an airport, and the bigest conglomerate of residential naborhoods in the way. So even though its probably about 12 miles away, its 2.5 hours and 10$ in gas (and I drive a dodge neon)???
This is the most major road
but its just the bigest street in a cripple zone for traffic. Its right next to an airport, as well as right next door to donw town dallas. Every time I have tried to drive it, from 9am to 7pm, its gridlock. these are not residental streets. I think they use thier efforts to slow highway trafic to residentail speeds, to make it seem so. During certain times of the day, it takes less time, to take a 10 mile or so deture, to stay on the highway, to get around. Realise, that takes you through down town dallas (traffic is not cute or fast, but it can still be faster).
This is what got me on this by the way
Save snider plaza, where there is a college, and it’s a throughfare for millions of cars a day!!! I had to walk 2 blocks on snider plaza to get my sausage so my son would eat (parking was that bad, no shock, how about some expansions, Oh wait, that would be wrong).
I know my sausage is not that important (that part is kind of the joke, gotta have my sausage), but I feel so sorry for those that have to travel through , or even live and try to drive, through that area…