LA is worse. I avoid them both. One of my neighbors said she hated Denver traffic. However, they have a good mass transit system. So if you lived there you wouldn't even need a car. In Boulder, there are so many trails within the city, you can bike everywhere.
I get lost on a New Jersey Circle!
Neither, but the Autobahn can be hell to drive.Steve
I heard you can go very fast on it.
Some areas have speed limits others none. 130km is the recommended speed. Tell that to a Merc or BMer driver/ HaSteve
I would rather live here, in Cambria. Our road system includes Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway and Scenic Highway 46 across the ridge of the Santa Lucia mountains overlooking the Pacific, Morro Rock, rolling cattle ranches or rolling vineyards. Even if there is traffic, it's beautiful. BTW, I've driven frequently in LA and Phoenix and by all means prefer Cambria CA.
Butte has two freeways, we are at the junction of I90 and I15, running E/W and N/S respectively. We never get the level of traffic seen in or near cities, and within Butte 3 cars waiting for a red light is considered a backup traffic jam. I've been sitting on my porch for the last 2 hours, and no cars have passed on my street. So, like your colleague Tom, I'll pick someplace else. Having said that, I'm flying to LA this next week......
Interesting similarities. I hate driving and would avoid both places.
I'm having a double panic attack from those photos! Give me two-lane blacktop, and I will cheerily take a twenty-minute detour when the low water bridges are flooded for a week.
I don't enjoy going to either one.
I will just stay in my little Village, thanks! Even Sydney frightens me now.
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