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SCENARIO: The whole city of Norfolk is trying to get out of the city
Now then - the question is, what route do you take?
If you assume from the get-go that the 64 loop is a complete disaster - how would you get to 58, northbound 64 above Newport News, or out past Great Bridge towards South Carolina if you can figure there will be flooded out places, or traffic jams?
Have you ever thought about it, or done a dry run to look for ways to go?
I started thinking about it because I used to live on Whilloughby Spit. Hurricanes are always possible, but my main thought has nothing to do with a natural disaster.
Think outside of the box - especially if you built it yourself
I had some work a while back up a little west of Richmond so I went on the computer and put in the address and printed whatever came up and put it with some other paperwork. Man that was a hassle, 64 was ok but theese directions have you going north on 495 toward Wash DC and looping back and getting on this toll road and that etc. And then going back I missed the a turn and headed straight into Richmond through 20 or 30 blocks of some of the worst looking most vacant boarded up waste land I've seen lately, and this is like 1:00 in the morning. Finally ended up near some college and a 7-11 before I felt it was safe enough to even stop and look at a map. Last time I use that without really looking at what it says.
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