Washington Street, in Cedar Falls, was a One Way street for as long as I could remember.
It was that way until a few years ago when city officials changed it to a two-way street.
Why does it still feel weird to drive “the wrong way” down a two-way road?
Still today, there will be drivers who drive on the left side of the road obviously thinking that it’s still a One Way. I’ve had to lay on the horn a couple of times to alert these drivers and, still, they think I’m the one driving wrong!
Things change. That’s a given.
But how prompt is your thinking and how quick do you modify your actions when you experience change? And, like the driver still going by the One Way regulations of the road, how often do you maintain the status quo without a clue?