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Peter Gavrilov
Peter Gavrilov

Please Fix The Road


Please Fix The Road is a colorful, minimalistic, laid-back and casual puzzle game in which it's probably not hard to guess... you're fixing roads! In each level you have a specific limited set of tools that will help you get all the cars, boats, trains or animals from their point A to point B. The mentioned animals include, of course, kittens, dogs and... pink llamas!




Please Fix The Road



You are able to manipulate multiple tiles at the same time. You can insert, destroy, rotate, copy, swap, raise, lower, push or move different segments of roads, rivers, paths or railroad tracks. The game combines elements of many other logic games into a nice minimalistic experience.


Piano creeps in and trumpets growl as the sun rises on another puzzle in Please Fix The Road. Sunlight pours over this miniature diorama, which I destroy and twist and rebuild until, once the road is fixed, its figurines pop into fireworks and the whole set splits and morphs into the next.


On the surface it seems simple enough: as the title suggests, you just fix the road right? Slot in a couple of curves, join up the dots and voila! Cars, boats, cows and the like intersect and then reach their intended flag destination.


And while some puzzles give you sections of roads - curves, straights, slopes and more - to slot into place like a child's train set, others give you more manipulative tiles. There are bombs to destroy before you rebuild; rotating tiles; move and copy tiles; tiles that shift a row in a certain direction; and all of these come in set sizes or Tetris-like shapes. It's the use of these tiles that really adds creativity to each puzzle solution.


For instance, one puzzle had an obvious tile to slot into place but before that I had to judiciously waste a whole load of bomb tiles to destroy half the environment first. In other puzzles I needed to make use of multiple shift tiles to move pieces around like those sliding picture puzzles. In later puzzles, I needed to move tiles outside of the play area, or even smartly copy blank spaces. All of this to link up mini motorways for multiple cars, untangle dirt paths for a cow to get home, or allow rivers and roads to criss-cross correctly.


Please Fix the Road is the inaugural Steam release of indie developer Ariel Jurkowski. It essentially uses the sort of "routing" gameplay from classics like Pipe Mania to give players a single mission: fix the roads and let people start getting around again. Check out the trailer!


Please Fix The Road is a colorful, minimalistic, laid-back and casual puzzle game in which it's probably not hard to guess... you're fixing roads! Your road repair doesn't have to be beautiful, it just needs to get the job done! Your mom will like this game too!


511 Virginia provides free real-time information about road conditions, construction delays, and other incidents to the traveling public. The 511 website provides information about lane closures, the ability to view traffic cameras, and the option to sign up for email alerts to deliver personalized, real-time traffic information on roads of interest.


The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for building, maintaining and operating the state's roads, bridges and tunnels. Virginia has the third-largest state-maintained highway system in the country, behind Texas and North Carolina.


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There have been several reports on road crashes and it appears the cases are on the rise. Something must be done about it, as there is a likelihood that the cases could increase, especially as we get deep into the rainy season.


I know that it may be difficult for road construction to be done now because of the rains. But this should be noted so that once the rains are over, the construction can begin and before the next rains, the roads will be completed.


Mailing address:Utah Department of Transportation4501 South 2700 WestPO Box 14XXXX (To locate a box number please download the complete list)Salt Lake City, UT 84114-XXXX (Please use the last four numbers of the PO Box above)


Inspecting and assessing the quality of traffic infrastructure (such as the state of the signboards or road markings) is challenging for humans due to (i) the massive length of roads that countries will have and (ii) the regular frequency at which this needs to be done. In this paper, we demonstrate a scalable system that uses computer vision for automatic inspection of road infrastructure from a simple video captured from a moving vehicle. We validated our method on 1500 kms of roads captured in and around the city of Hyderabad, India. Qualitative and quantitative results demonstrate the feasibility, scalability and effectiveness of our solution.


The length of the stretch that is illuminated by a street light is highly dependent on its wattage and intensity. Even with a very optimistic consideration of 10 m illumination by one street light, still the road is not optimal lit.


Would you like to report a concern on state-owned road conditions, construction projects, signs or signals, or speed limits? Please use our online Customer Care Center and your concern will be directed to the appropriate county maintenance office.


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To answer questions about your specific vehicle or situation, please contact our call center to talk to a customer service representative at 717-412-5300. Call center hours are Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. E.T.


To answer questions about your specific product or situation, please contact our call center to talk to a customer service representative at 717-412-5300. Call center hours are Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. E.T.


While PennDOT issues licensing products and promotes safety on Pennsylvania's roads, the department does not actually enforce transportation laws. If you have a question regarding a specific law, we suggest you contact your local law enforcement agency or the Pennsylvania State Police.


Motorists are encouraged to "Know Before You Go" by checking conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles, including color-coded winter conditions on 2,900 miles, by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 860 traffic cameras. Users can also see plow truck statuses and travel alerts along a specific route using the "Check My Route" tool.


Please Fix The Road is a game developed by Ariel Jurkowski, he's been working hard to get this unique game going, and it seems to be paying off really nicely. This game is pretty relaxing and laid back, and it centers around resolving puzzles of, well, fixing roads. There's a limited set of tools for each level so you can get the cars, boats, trains, or even animals from point A to point B.


You are given a small map with a broken or unfinished road, and from there use the tools you are given to complete it. It has an isometric point of view, and the levels are divided by tiles, and this is what you'll manipulate to complete the road on the map. you can move the rivers, roads, paths, and segments of road and pretty much play around with everything that's given to you. It combines logic with minimalism in a nice way.


Please note that TxDOT does not maintain roads, sidewalks, pedestrian or bike paths in cities within city/town or county jurisdiction. Contact your local authorities for all repair requests. Submit a separate report for each request. For road conditions requiring immediate attention call 800-558-9368. 041b061a72


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