Posted by Nate Goldman
on Monday, July 11th 2022:
In Reply to: Re: A Gift of Brooklyn posted by Larry Bergman on Sunday, July 10th 2022:
Larry, I'm familiar with driving around the Atlanta area, having driven through there on the way to Florida. Recently, on the Brooklyn Board, there were a number of comments about the Belt Parkway. Actually, the Belt Parkway is a piece of cake, compared to the traffic around Atlanta, on I-75, and the convergence of between eight to ten lanes. It is very challenging to stay in the correct lanes, with all of the traffic. Also, on the way back north, I noticed that the road signs gave us barely one mile to cut across several lanes to the right, to get into the correct lane, to continue on I-75 North. The roads in that area, are otherwise in very good shape, (no potholes); also, I remember seeing the sight of the 1976 Olympic Stadium from the highway. Atlanta is quite a busy metropolis, with many skyscrapers, and its airport, I believe, is the busiest in the USA.
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