i know this is an unimportant question with all the goings on in the world, volcanic explosions, unicorns, etc. but why the f**k do the suburbs have to have a stop sign or traffic light on every single frikin corner? Are people that inept at driving 15 miles per hour or are the excess in stop signs making them inept, over stimulated and dependent? Isnt there a better way to plan cities? Sorry, thats two questions.
There is no question too unimportant for me. My readers are welcome to send me any questions.
I don't know how or why, but I think an SUV I saw today held the key. It's license plate said, YO GERT. What do you think that means? (I don't always have all the answers) It's either an inside joke or this person is so wrapped up in yogurt love they haven't found the time to learn how to spell it. We may never know.
In the town I grew up in we had yield signs on every corner. So many that even where there weren't yield signs, cars would yield. I feel like yielding is a cop out. It's for city planners that don't have the balls to just tell a car it needs to stop. Just says "Yield" and hopes for the best. And one spot they decide to put a stop sign, totally and completely unnecessary and right in front of the cops house.
There is probably a better way to plan cities. I bet someone with a CAD program could figure it out.
And that, my friends, is how you give advice without helping one bit.