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What's Driving You Crazy: The Crossing

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Recently, a couple people have asked us, “What is the crossing?”

We mention it daily during our traffic segment “Commute Predictor,” when Melanie Hunter talks about drive times.

The Crossing is the I-10 interchange with I-19.

Arizona Department of Transportation told us that term was used on communication materials when the interchange was built around 2004.

It's similar to how locals say Mount Lemmon Highway, when it's officially “General Hitchcock Highway.” Also we say "Ina" Road, when it should actually be pronounced "Eena" Road.

What else is driving you crazy? What's your traffic question or concern? Let Melanie Hunter know here.

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