Spaghetti Junctions Western drivers are understandably confounded and rightfully annoyed, when faced with such traffic-routing masterpieces as these: (see the whole list of them in Wikipedia here).


Tom Moreland Interchange, intersection of Interstate 85 and Interstate 285, Atlanta, Georgia, USA


The Central Motorway Junction - New Zealand State Highways 1 and 16, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Date: 19 Jun 2007 | Author: mesmerX | Category: Pictures | Views: 137447

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Jorge | 27 Sep 2012 - 03:37
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I absolutely adore this comic.Yes, the lulls in bteeewn are long, but I for one have no issues with them. The spaces bteeewn pages makes them seem almost like a gift, like something special that should be savored, and that's what this comic is.I studied the way you color and line your pages, as well as how you use facial expressions, and I have to say, it's helped me a great deal in my own artwork. The almost casual grace some of the characters seem to have is amazing, and how you translate each personality through their body language is just astounding.Thankyou so much for producing this wonderful work of art, and I will always check back for updates until the day it reaches it end. I will never leave The Meek. It is far too good.I appreciate all the work you do, dear. I hope you feel better soon, and that all your health problems will clear up without too much trouble.Get well!-Vee

Maggie | 1 Aug 2011 - 22:16
Gee wiliklers, that's such a great post!

Chyna | 1 Aug 2011 - 11:15
Kudos to you! I hadn't touhght of that!

Pim Delfgou | 2 Dec 2010 - 02:58
In Canada, Toronto has the infamous "Basketweave", a complex freeway interchange where Highways 401, 427, 409, Dixie Road as well as three other major streets converge.

Guest | 3 Dec 2009 - 08:31
Last one I-105/I-110 Interchange (Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange)

Guest | 3 Dec 2009 - 08:28
The last one is Los Angeles 110 105 interchange

| 27 Aug 2007 - 03:25
Hey, how can you people overlook The Bruckner Interchange in The Bronx?

| 26 Jun 2007 - 08:01
crying

has the case for TOTAL TRANSPARENCY in government been clearer?

Streetsy | 20 Jun 2007 - 12:25
The bottom photo is two junctions pasted together in photoshop. The scale and perspective don't match.

anonymous | 20 Jun 2007 - 12:14
I'm pretty sure that last picture just before the Russian drawing is fake. None of those roads have any supports.

JohnB | 20 Jun 2007 - 11:40
And, of course, there's the magic roundabout in Swindon

http://www.swindonweb.com/life/lifemagi0.htm

A | 20 Jun 2007 - 07:51
On the ground, Birmingham's Gravelly Hill Interchange is a breeze to navigate. I'd rather have that than another bloody roundabout (or 'circus')

C | 20 Jun 2007 - 07:16
I didn't think Spaghetti Junction in Auckland New Zealand was that complicated, but here it is...

| 20 Jun 2007 - 05:34
And to think some people in my city have trouble with roundabouts. tongue

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