An observation, one I've offered previously: Those of us who walk, especially near urban streets like New Albany's misplaced arterial one-way neighborhood killers, are perfectly placed to see how badly most of us drive (and I include myself in "us"). Street design can help reduce instances of stupidity.
Serious Question: Why Does Losing a Few Seconds Lead to Road Rage?, by Angie Schmitt (Streetsblog)
If you’ve ever biked on a city street — or even just driven a little below the speed limit — you’ve probably encountered this situation: A driver behind you starts honking in irritation, then races past you at frightening speed only to hit a red light at the next intersection.
What is the source of all that aggression?