Rita Green has been driving Pittsburgh roads for decades and still struggles when she’s coming out of one of the city’s two main tunnels.
“It's very confusing, and you can just see the jockeying of the different cars and people cutting each other off,” she said. “It's insane.”
That’s because at the end of the tunnels, there are about a dozen options for which way to go and just a few seconds to pick one. Even if you’re using a GPS, it doesn’t matter — just about every system dies in a tunnel. Which compounds that chaos.
“We depend on our phones so much,” Green said.