Increased fines, stalled traffic, and bumpy driving surfaces make work zones an annoyance for motorists. While U.S. drivers are fortunate to live in a country that maintains its roadways and displays to its citizens their tax dollars at work, it seems that at least one section of our normal route is under construction at all times. This necessary annoyance is the cause of thousands of traffic accidents each year, many of which involve individuals whose job it is to resurface, repair, and replace our roadways. (Source: https://driving-tests.org/beginner-drivers/construction-zones-how-to-stay-safe/)
Construction zones are annoying and one of the leading causes of slow traffic. Here is what to expect and how to act when encounter the work zone.