Thursday, October 25, 2012

Gentlemen (and ladies), it's Pedal to the Metal time!

Boogety, Boogety, Boogety! In Texas. On one highway. For 41 miles. And you've got to pay a toll fee. But, hey, it's still good. Right? (might catch on nation-wide?)

Texas opened a 41-mile stretch of State Highway 130 today with a new speed limit
of 85 miles per hour — the highest legal limit in the U.S.

The new stretch of highway, part of a toll road also called the Pickle Parkway between
Austin and San Antonio, is aimed in part at relieving congestion that is typical on
Interstate 35, the main road between the two cities.

Catch ya on tha flip side, good buddy!


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