The roads are all gone.
The roads have been paved over.
The traffic signs have been removed.
But the road network remains, a grid of miles of roads with no end in sight.
The most iconic highway in the United States, the interstate highway system, has long been one of the most important links between cities, the states, and the rest of the country.
It is where more than half of all Americans travel on any given day, from the small town of Norwalk, Connecticut, to the sprawling suburbs of Houston and Atlanta.
The interstate system, the nation’s second-busiest transportation network, has a long history of its own.
It was created to facilitate commerce, transport goods and people, and keep the country’s railroads from having to run in lockstep.
But since its inception in the mid-1800s, the system has become a major obstacle to building highways across the country, even in places where highways existed decades ago.
To get to these new cities, car drivers must use long-distance toll roads to cross state lines.
By the mid-’70s, when the interstate system was in its death throes, Congress had cut funding for it and Congress was passing legislation that would make it difficult for states to continue using it.
As a result, many states have been cutting back on the interstate systems, which now make up more than 90% of the nation�s miles of road.
States across the U.S. are increasingly turning to a new technology to help them move through congested areas.
Drivers on Interstate 95 in Florida take turns taking turns making turns on the road, while on Interstate 5 in Virginia, a driver takes turns taking a turn on the highway.
(Credit: John Locher/Getty Images)As the toll road system has faded, some states have taken the opportunity to try something different.
In New York City, where highway capacity has been limited, the city council is considering a plan to use an alternative to the toll roads: “Road Rage,” an online traffic simulation game that allows people to test their driving skills and then drive on a road in the real world.
The game, which has been played by hundreds of thousands of people, is being used by the city to train its drivers and help them get through busy streets.
In a recent test, drivers were able to make it to Manhattan without stopping at all and were able pass traffic lights, navigate the busy roads, and even pass other drivers.
In the next test, the game is being played on the highways that were closed to the public.
The game, however, isn�t the only one being played.
The game has been used by a number of different governments, including California, Florida, Florida State, and Georgia.
It has also been played in New York, New Jersey, and Rhode Island, among other states.
“I am a realist.
I don�t think we can take a road system with a legacy, or the history, and replace it,” said Daniel Cimino, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley, and a member of the New York State Legislature.
“It�s a legacy of highways, and we can make it better.
I think we need to take a look at what other options exist, and what works, and then look at the alternatives and see what works.”
The problem is that the highways are already in a very bad shape, and they aren�t likely to get better anytime soon.
Roads have historically been a major source of congestion in the U and the world, but as highways become more congested, they are becoming a serious issue.
They are also causing massive backups, and are causing some of the worst traffic on the roads.
It�ll take years to restore the interstate network, and as states look to find alternative ways to get around congested urban areas, the road system is facing a serious problem: road rage.
A road rage simulation on Interstate 55 in Los Angeles.
(Credit: Google)”The problem isn�T just the tolls, it�s also the traffic jams,” said John Lochener, a traffic engineer at the National Transportation Safety Board.
“The roads are becoming dangerous, and if we don�T have any better way of dealing with that, then we have to do something else.”
To help drivers avoid traffic jams, the DOT has created a traffic simulation that shows drivers on different roads what would happen if they were to make a wrong turn, take a wrong lane, or get stuck in a traffic jam.
The simulation has been widely used to train drivers on how to handle the unexpected.
The goal is to make driving safer.
However, as more and more people try to get through the gridlock, the simulation has also become a cause for controversy.
The DOT says the simulation, called Traffic Jam,