Swindon is adorned as the world's highly confusing intersecting road. But astonishment attains height finding out that this is one of the splendidly functional intersection and it was thoroughly designed to reduce the traffic congestion. It was a success. This is absolutely an urban wonder.
Now we have Dunedin in New Zealand where one would find the steepest street in the world. Here in Dunedin the streets were constructed taking into account the grid patterns and least attention being paid towards the terrain. The outcome was an astounding 40 degree inclined road.
Buenos Aires in Argentina, prides having the widest road in the world. Hats off to the town planner who designed this road which is more than 300 feet wide and is said to have occupied an entire block of the city. Crossing the road at a stance takes more than few minutes. A pedestrian with a normal walking speed is required to cross two to three green lights intending to cross its twelve lanes of traffic. It is astonishing but true.
Exeter is said to house the narrowest street in the world Parliament street is a 50 meter long street in Exeter, England and it dates back to the 14th century. So narrow is the lane that initially it was named small lane but was renamed Parliament street in 1832. As per measurement this street is 45? at its widest and 25? at its narrowest.