You would not want my 'neck of the woods'. I live in an auto focused suburban city of 600,000.

Near my house is the intersection of two major roads, Dundas Street ( six through lanes and auxilliary right hand turn lanes, and double left hand turn lanes at the intersections) and Winston Churchill Boulevard (four through lanes and auxuliiary right hand turn lanes, and a single left hand turn lane at the intersection. Fortunately this was all a farmers field before development took off, so there were not a lot of trees to bump off. It would be intersting tor see how Dundas Street evolved, for it was an original settlement road that runs back to the early 1800's. Winston Churchill was the 9th concession road from the late 1870's before suburban settlement moved in.