Originally Posted by ftlauddude
Honestly, that intersection needed a re-make since it was due and was reaching its life expectancy--yes roadways and bridges have a life span too!
It's one thing to argue that a road is due for repair or reconstruction (I agree btw that that interchange was near the end of it's life). But it's another thing entirely to argue weather we SHOULD continue affording to build the way we have been for the last half century or so, and therefor to repair or rebuild any of these roads at all, or think of more efficient ways of moving people around cities. This is an especially pertinent argument now with so many of our roads and infrastructure cracking and crumbling in this country.