On the latest episode of The Southern Geek, I present a video bashing ALDOT in Alabama. I was kind of getting tired of the bad things and corruption ALDOT was doing, so a video had to be made! This video talks about why ALDOT is corrupt, and I even present a song at the end bashing ALDOT! So, enjoy my 11 minute video below, and learn why ALDOT is one of the most corrupt government agencies in Alabama and the United States!
This week on Roadscapes Wednesday, I am featuring two brand new road drawings! The first road drawing is a new year’s special. Imagine you are on a highway and are faced with two decisions. One way takes you onto a bridge towards heaven, the other way takes you into a tunnel towards hell. Which way would you take? That is my new year’s resolution road drawing!
The second road drawing is a tight interchange! I mean, with development close to the highway on both sides leading up to a major airport, I had to get creative making this freeway interchange, I did a good job!
And now here is another road video! This is 10 minutes of the Coleman Road and Greenbrier Road traffic light! As you can see, this was taken during rush hour and while it was getting dark. Enjoy!
On this Roadscapes Wednesday, I am showing off five new road drawings! These road drawings vary from a 2-lane road becoming one way streets, traffic light intersection with one way streets, one interesting intersection, a downtown square with HAWK signals, and a road drawing thanking the supporters of Geek Alabama and my 28th birthday, enjoy!
This week on Roadscapes Wednesday, I am featuring two more cool road drawings from me! The 51st Geek Alabama road drawing features a highway with a one lane bridge going over a creek with a bike trail and a traffic light intersection. The 52nd road drawing features an Interstate highway at the beginning of a work zone, where one side of the road crosses over the median and forms a two-lane road while the other side is being reconstructed. Both drawings features a lot of reflectors and delineators, can’t have enough of them! So enjoy the road drawings, and if you want to learn more about how I draw my roads, go to: http://geekalabama.com/road-drawings/