"Where's the autonomous vehicle lane?"
Truckers are witness to an endless stream of foolish, reckless, and dangerous road behavior. Despite this daily exposure to road-related idiocy, a trucker in Canada was shocked to see a cyclist dart across a busy freeway near Toronto on Monday.
A Texas man's "romantic" gesture stopped traffic on I-45 in Houston over the weekend as he blocked the road to propose to his girlfriend.
If you stick your feet out the window of a moving car, there's at least one motorcyclist who is looking for you.
Another driver uploaded a video last week of a youngster driving the family car down a crowded freeway with an older man in the passenger seat.
A dog in Glasgow, Scotland, somehow took control of a tractor and drove it onto the freeway. No one, including the canine, was harmed in the bizarre incident.
Chances are good that unless you're a city planner or traffic engineer, the number of hours – minutes, even – most people think about the history and design of the sound walls lining America's freeways is roughly zero. The concrete or cinderblock structures turn into a blur at high speeds, and they're specifically designed to blend into the background. If drivers don't notice the barriers, then the designers have done their jobs. However, a new piece from Medium digs deep into the pr