I just read an astounding thing. In Russia some of the highways and avenues have a single center lane which goes both ways! I laughed and thought it a joke, but it was in The National Geographic magazine. The writer calls this single center lane a “suicide feature” which is a good joke.
What will they think of next? In Moscow they are starting to build buildings above buildings already existing on the ground. They are doing this where space is desperately wanted: the rental and lease profits will be high. A hotel room with a spectacular view of the Kremlin’s wonderful towers costs $5,000 and up per day.