The next time you're stuck in traffic in Louisville or Cincinnati, remember...

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    The next time you're stuck in traffic in Louisville or Cincinnati, remember...

    ...it could be much worse elsewhere.

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    Looks like the I-71 corridor is well represented with Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland all making the list. I've been in all four of those cities, and while each may have their own "trouble spots" that can be aggravating, it seems like a minor inconvenience compared to the times that I've been to Chicago or Atlanta.
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    "At the intersection of the Watterson (I-264) and Gene Snyder (I-265) highways, Louisville offers 13 city-owned downtown parking garages and six lots." It's nice that Louisville appears on this list (especially since it helps dispel the urban congestion myth conjured up by the powers that be as a reason to completely redo Spaghetti Junction, widen I-65 and build an expensive and unnecessary downtown bridge). But where exactly does the Watterson intersect with the Gene Snyder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getslow View Post
    "At the intersection of the Watterson (I-264) and Gene Snyder (I-265) highways, Louisville offers 13 city-owned downtown parking garages and six lots." It's nice that Louisville appears on this list (especially since it helps dispel the urban congestion myth conjured up by the powers that be as a reason to completely redo Spaghetti Junction, widen I-65 and build an expensive and unnecessary downtown bridge). But where exactly does the Watterson intersect with the Gene Snyder?
    And since when did the Gene Snyder go to downtown? For that matter, technically the Watterson doesn't either....

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    I've always found Cincinnati/NKY and Louisville metro easy to navigate compared to Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, and Miami.

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