There are a number of similarities between our city’s potholes and those freaky crop circles found in the English countryside.
Almost every Pittsburgher has a Yellow Cab story.
The Fort Pitt Tunnel was once predicted to help the city “get rid of some traffic headaches.”
Traffic snarled at the tunnel entrances. So authorities raised the tunnel speed limit to 50 mph. The jams persisted.
It was located, of course, in Pittsburgh, at Baum Boulevard and St. Clair Street.