U.S. Circulatory System of Highways

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Nov 26, 2008 • References: benfry
Some geeks just love playing around with data available on the web. I, for one, am glad they do, otherwise how would we ever have this map to help President Obama decide where to put new roads to bring the U.S. economy back to its feet? It’s obvious that the eastern half of the U.S. is OK. So I would say that Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and those other western states need more roads. Alaska and Hawaii are omitted because we all know they don’t count because they aren’t connected to the real United States. Stats for Data Mining Google Trending: Older & Chilly
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