Read my original post here.My project is based off of this story. http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=2022552You're on the same page as I am.
Usually Major Port cities no not disappear from the map, unless humanity is completely wiped out. I think it will always be there. Around then, I see the population of earth being lower. Unless it's completely submerged it will always have a reason to draw off the Gulf of Mexico. I say it even has a higher chance of existing than Miami in 300 years time.Not sure how anyone could have a reasonable opinion on what will exist in 300 years. If you go back to 1717 we have too many technologies today that were simply unfathomable then.
Oh yes us Pinellas people just love driving through your neck of the woods. I like to load up my whole family and go on a joy ride through the beautiful places 275 takes me.^Yes, because Tampa should surrender more of itself to let Pinellas people cut through town? Screw that, they can go north and through road zombie-land in Pasco, around Tampa. We severely need that connection anyways now that the Suncoast is apparently being turned into I-75 west.
It will help tremendously though. It is such a stupid bottleneck. 4 lanes down to 2 back to 3, oh and then 4 again!Looks like works getting underway to fix the tangle at the end of the HOFRA. Although as we've seen even if they can manage to fix this spot a decent amount, it just speeds up the cars to get clogged at the next bottleneck.
I don't even own a car anymore and haven't driven for over 2 years, so my guess is I might not go over the skyway again in my lifetime. I haven't been over it in at least a decade as it is.So if this is your mentality, I better not ever see your ass on the Sunshine Skyway.