Thursday, April 25, 2013

The Streets of Providence

Providence is certainly one of the best food cities in the Northeastern United States, maybe in the United States for all I know. But what shouldn't be forgotten is that the city has a rotten, decayed infrastructure. Many streetlights have been dark for God knows how long, the storm drain system is dysfunctional (much cheaper to buy signs that warn about local flooding than fix anything) and the streets have got to be the worst in the developed world.

In fact, if I were to imagine what it must be like to drive in Afghanistan I would only have to drive along any of the city streets, where you have to pay attention to the gaping holes in the pavement rather than watch your driving. .

apparently no for this and numerous other old on-ramps to I-195, which was moved to accommodate a few  wealthy souls in the city

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