I was recently driving in Germany. In some areas there are limits of 80km/h in autobahns (usually near cities) but most would still drive at 120-140km/h. I really doubt such 'speed limits' are enforced anywhere.
Well, it saves a lot of time, because they close down the entire intersection for all traffic it seems...
They are building a new cyclist tunnel under a major highway in my city, which takes over a year to build, just because traffic keeps running on the roads. The widening of that road here from 4 to 6 lanes takes like 4 - 5 years for only 2 km.
A forum community dedicated to skyscrapers, towers, highrises, construction, and city planning enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about structures, styles, reviews, scale, transportation, skylines, architecture, and more!