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All new tonight it's the deadliest interstate in the US and some of you probably take it everyday we're talking about I for an ABC action news reporter Cameron Pullum tells us how high the death rate is and why it shows no signs of slowing down you got the text game on the phone driving too close to the other car km gaben it drives us nuts if you really want to know how dangerous I for is everybody says a little prayer before they get out there just ask the folks who make their living on it just last week directly in front of me a car crashed right into a truck directly in front of them because they weren't paying attention for truckers the stretch of road running from Tampa to Daytona Beach is their bread and butter but a new study released Wednesday says they're literally risking their lives every time they get behind the wheel the cause distracted drivers it's a daily occurrence on on every Highway in the nation but according to the numbers I for reign supreme the highway that connects I 275 to i-95 has had nearly one-and-a-half fatalities per mile over the last six years making the 132 mile stretch the deadliest in the nation no I'm not surprised as the deadliest some of the things we see on a daily basis are quite amazing from drivers falling asleep at the wheel to passing on the median it's an unending battle to stay alive but at least one driver we spoke with believes he's got the solution the only way to solve this problem is to have large fines five thousand dollars every time somebody is texting me being up so high I can clearly see that people aren't even looking at the road they're staring at their telephones the whole time in Tampa I'm Cameron Poland ABC Action News.


What are the things that you do or use in order to make yourself more productive and smarter?
Most people see productivity as a numbers game: spend as many hours as you can staring at a laptop (and possibly be loud while you do that so you can show everyone else how productive you are being).In reality, productivity is not about the input, it's about the output.It's about how much you produce, not how much you suffer throughout your day.So here are FIVE UNCONVENTIONAL PRACTICES things I use to push my productivity.#1 • SLEEP LIKE A BOWSSI was talking with a coaching client, and he said "I need to sleep seven hours a night. That's my minimum. Any less than that, and I don't function."He was presenting it like a disadvantage. "Everyone else can function on five, and I do seven and a half."The truth is, I need seven and a half. When I train, it gets worse.Eight as a minimum. I see it as an advantage.By having fewer hours in the day, I had to come up with strategies to become more effective, and always make sure I do not waste my day, so I can more effective than anyone else.A lot of people seem to think that sleep is the enemy: it robs us of our time.But actually, sleep impacts the quality of your awake time by letting you be more present and recharged.Studies have shown that a lack of sleep correlates to a drop in IQ (that’s your cognitive performance), and a similar effect on responsiveness as alcohol.Being awake for 17–19 hours has been shown to impair abilities more than drinking over the safe driving limit.From time to time, it's okay to have to sprint late into the night.But when that becomes the norm rather than the exception, it becomes dangerous. Your performance is so low, you will never have enough time in the day…to sleep (and you’ll be caught in a negative loop).#2 • GO ALL IN (ON EVERYTHING)Downtime is a myth.Most people go all in on one thing, and forget everything else.They work hard, and then punish themselves for working hard by not doing anything else with their day.If you’re an entrepreneur, this is the ultimate trap: working hard on your business to create more freedom, only to find yourself going all in on work alone, while everything else withers. Your health, your relationships, your family, you personal time,…it all gets “paused” till a later date.Essentially, you are punishing yourself for doing great work: no wonder motivation falters.And here’s the added bonus to going all in on everything that you do: your standard for life will go up. Instead of accepting mediocre results from yourself in some areas, your discipline and results go up across the board.So your business will benefit too.If you have to stay motivated all day, you are working on the wrong things.Go all in on everything that you do, and motivation will never leave you.#3 • HEALTHY BODY, HEALTHY MINDThere's an old Latin proverb that says, "Mens sana in corpore sano", meaning that, physical exercise will make you perform better mentally as well.First of all, training (especially aerobic, heart-pumping exercise) triggers the release of endorphins in your body, the feel-good chemical. That will change your day and your outlook on your opportunities immediately.Training daily gives you a sense of energy for the day and…it also asks your metabolism to adapt and generate more energy daily.And guess what? You will have more energy.Our bodies and minds are made to adapt to any circumstance, so the more we do, the more our body will adapt to generate more energy, burn more calories, and keep you energised throughout the day.That's why I start my days with a micro-workout of less than 4 minutes, and most of my coaching clients do the same: even if that's just one push up a day, training builds the habit of showing up and getting results over time.So tomorrow morning, get out of bed and do 10 burpees.#4 • READ LESS, ACTION MOREIt's easy to get lost in Quora, blogs, books, audiobooks, podcasts, YouTube, whatever. Feeling that you’re always behind, always missing some key information that’s going to turn your situation around.The truth is, information doesn’t get it done.Imagine reading a book on handwriting.Imagine memorising every single letter and how each stroke is drawn.Does this make you good at writing longhand? Or even able to?Most of us learnt how to write by practising. Someone showed us how to do it (the theory), and then through experience, it became automatic. We’re so good, we can apply it to different materials and use different pens. But, though we do have a theoretical understanding of how to write, most of us can only do it with one hand.Theoretical knowledge usually builds context, exposes you to new ideas, gives you a clear direction and specific examples of what you are learning. It’s a great way to learn from the experience of others, and direct and shortcut your own.Experience, on the other hand, comes from blending theory with facts, events, and actions. It brings knowledge to a whole new level, making it flexible to problem-solving and adaptable to different situations, which makes it more applicable and requiring less cognitive power.Here’s a simple rule of thumb: only absorb as much information as you can action.The less time you can dedicate to taking action, the more focused you should be in your learning.#5 • HAVE A LIFEDon't punish yourself.If all you do is work and not even have a life, you are punishing yourself for doing great work (using some more work on top). Why would you do that?Plus, when you see inspiring people, do exciting activities, and integrate practice in your life, you will learn how to work better (and why), and you will grow all areas of your life.Life isn’t made of small areas you can juggle or freeze temporarily.Everything moves at the same time: your health will affect your work, your work will affect your social life, your socials will affect your motivation, and your learning…and so on.If you pretend some areas in life do not exist, that’s like removing a leg from a chair. I wouldn’t sit on it.Growing all areas of your life is going to make you more productive. And having a natural curfew will also force you to choose high-value activities that bring you forward by leaps and bounds, rather than spreading yourself thin across “everything” you could do.So here are the five unconventional practices to be more productive and smarter:Sleep like a bossGo all in on everythingStay activeRead less (and action more)Have a lifeNow it’s your turn to go do it.• Matt♦︎♦︎ join my free, 7 day email course and go from Busy to Productive here ♦︎♦︎
Why do some highways inherit the interstate name yet they don't go to out of state (Ex: I-12)?
The Federal Highway Act of 1956 authorized the construction of a 41,000 mile network of highways that would span the nation. The federal government would fund 90% of this system. The new interstate had controlled access with no at grade crossings or intersections. The purpose was to eliminate congestion, make transportation from coast to coast more efficient and to make it easier to get out of the big cities in case of atomic attack. The alignment of the interstate tended to eliminate some of the more destitute areas and promote big business moving in next to the interstate.In 1959, people started to revolt when it became apparent that the new interstate system was breaking up very old and established neighborhoods. In San Francisco, they managed to stop the construction of the double-decker Embarcadero freeway along the waterfront. This was followed by more protests in New York City, Baltimore, Washington D.C., New Orleans and other cities. These protesters were able to stop construction and prevent roadbuilders from eviscerating their neighborhoods. As a result, there are many “roads to nowhere” in the interstate system.As the years have passed, the goal of the interstate system remains the same and the Federal Highway Administration administers the funding for the interstate. The money is generated from the gas tax. Now, the interstate is more defined by how it is funded than where it goes. If it gets federal funding, it is generally interstate. That is why Hawaii can have an interstate. Obviously, you can’t go from state to state in Hawaii by driving a car.
How much money is spent to maintain the US interstate highway system per year?
TL,DR:  $66 billion per year for maintenance and upgrade.  Great question - the more i looked into it, the more disconnected figures from a variety of sources have become. The most reliable answer is at The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).  The figure for 2022 is $40.9 billion that Federal Government alone dedicated to Highway maintenance and upgrade. Spending is part of “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” or MAP-21 program.Furthermore, according to CDMSmith the costs are growing every year, and growing exponentially as the system ages.  In addition as of 2022 Federal Highway Administration expects the 50 states to collectively spend more than $25 billion per year on interstate maintenance, reconstruction and expansion.  (The Aging Interstate Highway System: Our Biggest Funding Challenge).  How are we paying for this?A large portion comes from Federal Motor Fuel surcharge. At a tax rate of 18.4 cents per gallon, consumers paid an average of $97.52 in federal gasoline taxes for each vehicle they owned. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, the average American household owns 1.75 vehicles, which means the average household pays $170.66 in federal motor fuel taxes in 2022. or about $3.28 per week.  This adds up to roughly $21 billion dollars per year.The rest comes from highway and bridge tolls, state specific gas surcharges, and general government budget allocations from other programs.  Here are a few more useful / fascinating facts:Ninety percent of Americans spend at least $1 out of every $7 earned on transportation. The average family now spends $7,600 every year on transportation, more than is spent on food and twice what it spends on health care.An estimated $85 billion annual investment over the next 20 years is necessary to bring highways and bridges to a state of good repair.America invests less in transportation than other developed nations. We currently spend only 2 percent of GDP on transportation infrastructure, compared to 9 percent in China and 5 percent in Europe.The U.S. ranked 13 out of 32 OECD nations in our satisfaction with the public transportation system.Some large sections of Interstate Highways that were planned or constructed before 1956 are still operated as toll roads. Others have had their construction bonds paid off and they have become toll-free, such as in Connecticut (I‑95), Maryland (I‑95),Virginia (I‑95), and Kentucky (I‑65).Heaviest traveled: 374,000 vehicles per day: I‑405 in Los Angeles, CaliforniaHighest: 11,158 feet (3,401 m): I‑70 in the Eisenhower Tunnel at the Continental Divide in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.[69]Lowest (land): −52 feet (−16 m): I‑8 at the New River near Seeley, California.[69]Lowest (underwater): −103 feet (−31 m): I-95 in the Fort McHenry Tunnel under the Baltimore Harbor.[70]Longest (east-west): 3,020.54 miles (4,861.09 km): I‑90 from Boston, Massachusetts, to Seattle, Washington.[71][72]Longest (north–south): 1,920 mi (3,090 km): I‑95 from the Canadian border near Houlton, Maine, to Miami, Florida, not counting the gap in New Jersey to be completed in 2017.[71]Most states served by an Interstate: 15 states plus the District of Columbia: I‑95 through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, DC, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.[71]Most Interstates in a state: 29 routes: New York, totaling 1,674.73 mi (2,695.22 km).[71]Most Interstate mileage in a state: 3,233.45 mi (5,203.73 km): Texas, in 17 different routes.[71]Early planning dates back to Franklin Roosevelt who envisioned a system of self-liquidating highways financed through a combination of tolls and the sale of surplus property rights. However, a federal study, titled “Toll Roads or Free Roads,” concluded that tolls could not generate sufficient revenues to pay for large portions of the system, especially in more sparsely developed areas. So the Interstate Highway Act of 1956 funded the fledgling system through a federal gas tax increase and the establishment of the Highway Trust Fund.The U.S. government largely paid for the system’s original construction, but owns virtually none if it today. States are generally left “holding the bag” to pay for the next 50 years of this vital system. What is worse, government expenditures today average less than 45 percent, and the Highway Trust Fund has run dry at least three times in the last 4 years. The national average fuel economy for cars and light trucks was 21.4 miles per gallon, which means the average vehicle used 530 gallons of motor fuel.P.S.   Other than Suresh Korada's source from 2022. "maintenance" and "improvement" costs have always been quoted as a combined figure.Sources:The Aging Interstate Highway System: Our Biggest Funding ChallengeTransportation FAQsU.S. Treasury report outlines need for road maintenance, transit investment, and alternatives to drivingInterstate Highway System
How does the government determine which highways to turn into interstate highways?
The original plan for selecting roads to include in the Interstate Highway System came from an older report in 1922 from General John Pershing. The report listed approximately 20,000 miles of roads, which were considered essential to national defense. That list was expanded over the years to it’s present length of over 48,000 miles.The Interstate Highway System can be altered, and more highway added as necessary, but with the exception of a few small additions each year, is essentially considered complete, so turning more highways into interstates is unlikely.Since the original purpose of developing this system, including the width of the roads, the steepness of the grades and the heights of the bridges is designed for transporting military equipment, additional highway is usually not added, just for the sake of relieving traffic congestion. This is especially true since funds for the Interstate System come primarily from the Federal Government.
What motivates a person to throw a kitten out of a car window on an interstate highway?
The very same thing happened to me this getting landed right on his face thank God I got it and I still have her she had a broken jaw and other miscellaneous injuries I never saw Terror on anything's face like I did that poor KITTEN.IT still gives me nightmares the people who do things like this are psychopaths or any kind of person who cannot feel empathy or sympathy they are people that don't feel anything especially animals there's a big detachment from them to animals there's a lot of those people around believe me I rescue animals all the time it makes me sick. Plus we don't have any laws really to protect animals supposedly they just passed one but I don't see anything happening to help animals still animals are still being abused there still puppy mills rodeos circuses horse racing cock fights pitbull fights Etc as long as we allow an animal to be a third type citizen below us there will always be a buse I hope this helped you a little bit I didn't mean to go on and rant have a nice day and thank you sorry for some of the typos this text to talk doesn't really work all that well sometimes
For concurrent interstates and highways, how does the DOT determine which set of mile markers to use?
I can’t talk about every state, but I can talk about my state. In Georgia I-75 and I-85 have a concurrence going through Atlanta. I-75 is the much longer highway in the state and the exits in Atlanta are in the mid 200’s. In order to avoid the possibility of having Exit 90 in both Atlanta and later in south GA, the state decided to use the I-75 numbers along the concurrence. That way neither 85 or 75 will have duplicate exit numbers.Of course, other states will have different situations run by different DOT. The one thing I can guarantee is that there are no federal rules for this question that applies to all states. The feds left exit numbers as the domain of the states.
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