Top 302 Roads Quotes

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“Delhi is fabulous – the roads, greenery, the monuments!”

― Aditi Rao Hydari

“To realize the promise of 5G, we will need smart networks, not dumb pipes. Dumb pipes won’t deliver smart cities. Dumb pipes won’t enable millions of connected, self-driving cars to navigate the roads safely at the same time.”

― Ajit Pai

“Obama might as well be president of Turkey or Brazil; it does not matter. It’s the system that is absolutely flawed, where 25 or 35 or 50 people make multi, multi-billions on building Olympic structures while people live in Barbados and have no roads or clean drinking water. There’s something pretty inequitable there.”

― Al Jourgensen

“I like shooting movies in Thailand very much because the government is so cooperative there. The police help you to close the roads for shooting.”

― Alan Mak

“Recreational development is a job not of building roads into the lovely country, but of building receptivity into the still unlovely human mind.”

― Aldo Leopold

“It might sound strange to describe New Yorkers as insecure when they delight so much in the cult of success. The display of wealth here, especially new wealth, is indeed wonderfully frank, from the super-long limousines which clog up the roads to the voluptuous fur coats that adorn both men and women.”

― Amanda Foreman

“Philosophy: A route of many roads leading from nowhere to nothing.”

― Ambrose Bierce

“I reprimand people, even those working with me, for littering the roads.”

― Amisha Patel

“It is the daydreaming of some people who live in a make-believe world who think you can make roads, hospitals, and railways without any social impact!”

― Amit Shah

“We need to build roads, bridges, airports, locks, dams, and rail that work for this century – not the last one. And let’s not forget about updating our energy grid, repairing and replacing our water infrastructure and sewers, and making sure all Americans have access to broadband.”

― Amy Klobuchar

“Perhaps because my town was so naturally gothic in its architecture and relative isolation – the roads often closed in winter – my stories tended toward the ghostly and the creepily suspenseful right from the get-go.”

― Andrew Pyper

“Americans, like many citizens of rich countries, take for granted the legal and regulatory system, the public schools, health care and social security for the elderly, roads, defense and diplomacy, and heavy investments by the state in research, particularly in medicine.”

― Angus Deaton

“What mothers need, as well as fathers, spouses, and the children of aging parents, is an entire national infrastructure of care, every bit as important as the physical infrastructure of roads, bridges, tunnels, broadband, parks and public works.”

― Anne-Marie Slaughter

“We all ran barefooted on the dusty roads in our past, but now the Emperor wears shoes, and it is our responsibility to ensure that the barefooted child and the doting mother are afforded a holistic environment to realise their dreams and ambitions.”

― Anthony Carmona

“Fiction writers have long turned to winter to advance bluer palettes, slicker surfaces, and sharper contrasts. The sky darkens, the wind picks up, and flakes start to fall. Horizons shrink. Couples bicker. Cars slide off roads. Obliteration tends to loiter between the sentences.”

― Anthony Doerr

“Bridges and roads take years to build, but too often, states and communities haven’t known if funding will be there for them more than a few months at a time.”

― Anthony Foxx

“Every president, Democrat or Republican, every Congress, has gotten behind the idea that we have to invest in our highways, our bridges, our roads, our airports. The idea that now this is somehow a partisan issue, it boggles the mind.”

― Antonio Villaraigosa

“We’re trying to bring improved seeds to rural villages to increase yields. We’re also trying to improve the roads to make it easier for people to get their produce to the market.”

― Augustin Matata Ponyo

“Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps, down new roads, armed with nothing but their own vision.”

― Ayn Rand

“Building new roads and bridges creates jobs. Growing our exports creates jobs. Reforming our outdated tax system and our broken immigration system creates jobs.”

― Barack Obama

“If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help… Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

― Barack Obama

“I want the government to provide the military so we don’t get invaded by somebody and destroyed. I want the government to provide the roads so I can get from point A to B. In terms of taking care of my day to day needs, I want to do that myself. I want my community to do that.”

― Ben Carson

“In Kazahkstan, you would drive five hours outside the city to where roads sort of stop being roads, and it was just in the mountains and deathly quiet. And you could only really hear the clumping of the horses, and it was a sort of a beautiful silence. Like it enveloped you.”

― Benedict Wong

“We should make a major financial commitment to improving our roads and bridges.”

― Bernie Sanders

“From education to broadband, from building roads and bridges to supporting the military, Barack Obama is delivering for North Carolina. And he is delivering for America. A growing middle class is the foundation for a strong America.”

― Bev Perdue

“Roads get wider and busier and less friendly to pedestrians. And all of the development based around cars, like big sprawling shopping malls. Everything seems to be designed for the benefit of the automobile and not the benefit of the human being.”

― Bill Bryson

“Beyond highways and roads, we need more money for mass transit, intercity passenger rail and freight rail. We have a long way to go to bridge the funding gaps.”

― Bill Lipinski

“I love to deer hunt and fish and drive down the back roads in my truck. All those things basically equal freedom to me – and not having to return that message or call from my record company or management. At some point, I need to recharge.”

― Blake Shelton

“I love to deer hunt and fish and drive down the back roads in my truck. All those things basically equal freedom to me – and not having to return that message or call from my record company or management.”

― Blake Shelton

“We should all agree that we should repair roads and bridges and water systems.”

― Bob Casey, Jr.

“A lot of people – a lot – have urged me to seek political office. All kinds of different jobs. Everybody has got a different idea for me, except all roads lead through my wife.”

― Bob Iger

“You got to go down a lot of wrong roads to find the right one.”

― Bob Parsons

“Each year over 2,500 commercial vessels enter the Port of Hampton Roads alone, so adequate funding for port security is a significant issue for those of us who live in Richmond and Hampton Roads.”

― Bobby Scott

“Many roads lead to the path, but basically there are only two: reason and practice.”

― Bodhidharma

“The idea that there is one kind of African is, of course, ridiculous. Sometimes African entrepreneurs want to kill you because you are saying public health is the priority, not roads. Of course they are right to press for that issue, but so are we right, I believe, to argue, for example, that millions of children could and should be vaccinated.”

― Bono

“When we talk about national infrastructure, we often discuss roads and railroads, but as a matter of fact, mobile infrastructure is equally as important.”

― Borje Ekholm

“Anytime you’re in West Virginia or near it, and you sing, ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads,’ it’s a sight to behold.”

― Brad Paisley

“I have a total irreverence for anything connected with society except that which makes the roads safer, the beer stronger, the food cheaper and the old men and old women warmer in the winter and happier in the summer.”

― Brendan Behan

“I was elected to solve problems, and I don’t think it’s conservative to have bad roads; I don’t think it’s conservative to have bad schools. I don’t think it’s conservative to have to go through budget crises every two years. So I’m taking the difficult issues straight on. That’s what I was elected to do.”

― Brian Sandoval

“There are only two roads, victory for the working class, freedom, or victory for the fascists which means tyranny. Both combatants know what’s in store for the loser.”

― Buenaventura Durruti

“We are not living in a world where all roads are radii of a circle and where all, if followed long enough, will therefore draw gradually nearer and finally meet at the centre: rather in a world where every road, after a few miles, forks into two, and each of those into two again, and at each fork, you must make a decision.”

― C. S. Lewis

“Everything has to be organised for kids in London – you can’t just walk three roads to see a friend.”

― Carol Vorderman

“I think it’s really hard for teenage girls in London to just gently… have a life. Everything has to be organised for kids in London – you can’t just walk three roads to see a friend.”

― Carol Vorderman

“I had learned what wealth was, and a great deal about production and exchange for myself in the early history of South Australia – of the value of machinery, of roads and bridges, and of ports for transport and export.”

― Catherine Helen Spence

“Leaking tunnels, congested roads, rusting bridges, and aging railways often mean one thing: lost opportunity from delays and cancellations.”

― Cathy Engelbert

“Our knowledge and all of our ideas are mutually connected; the more complicated they are, the more numerous must be the roads that lead to them and depart from them.”

― Cesare Beccaria

“When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it.”

― Charles de Lint

“The everyday kindness of the back roads more than makes up for the acts of greed in the headlines.”

― Charles Kuralt

“My dad had this old truck that he used to take on back roads and showed me how to drive when I was nine or ten.”

― Chord Overstreet

“I wouldn’t recommend people to go up and ride their road bikes in Kenya. Bikes are not meant to be on the roads. But the mountain biking is fantastic. You can go right up into the tea and coffee plantations up in the highlands. You can descend the great Rift Valley.”

― Chris Froome

“I’ve given up my Ferrari – the idea of going through my village in a 488… You can’t drive them on English roads.”

― Chris Rea

“We actually know that our crumbling pipelines, roads, and bridges are ticking time bombs. That is why President Obama and Congressional Democrats have pushed to fund jobs that repair our roads, runways, and railways – we can’t have first rate American communities with third-world American infrastructure.”

― Christine Pelosi

“America’s highways, roads, bridges, are an indispensable part of our lives. They link one end of our nation to the other. We use them each and every day, for every conceivable purpose.”

― Christopher Dodd

“In parts of the world where basic infrastructures like paved roads and transportation systems are underdeveloped, people walk for days to reach a health care provider.”

― Christy Turlington

“Art and Religion are, then, two roads by which men escape from circumstance to ecstasy. Between aesthetic and religious rapture there is a family alliance. Art and Religion are means to similar states of mind.”

― Clive Bell

“Young people don’t want to be second to anyone. Everyone wants to be an overnight star. Look how many years I had to wait, how many roads I had to travel, how many songs I had to sing. And now I’m just beginning, never ending.”

― Compay Segundo

“Most men, I am convinced, have an unmistakable feeling at the final moment of significant choice that they are making a free decision, that they can really decide which one of two or more roads to follow.”

― Corliss Lamont

“I did have one bad accident up north near Deerhurst. I was driving back in the winter on these snowy roads, and these two snowmobilers were racing up a hill and they weren’t looking, so they caught me as I was going up the other side of the hill, and they smashed into me.”

― Dan Hill

“In my district, the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles handle approximately 44 percent of all of the goods delivered to American shores, yet they are in constant need of revenue for facilities, improvements and upgrades to roads and bridges and rails.”

― Dana Rohrabacher

“All roads lead to Wall Street, but we feel the effects of Wall Street on every street corner. Certainly in Syracuse, N.Y., where I live.”

― Dana Spiotta

“On the roads, it is one of those ‘might is right’ situations. If I see cars coming, I duck out of the way.”

― Dane Bird-Smith

“In the Lamborghini I have to avoid certain roads because of pot holes, and there’s nowhere to put my drink, no cup holder. And I’m not going to lie, it looks pretentious. I used to think it was cool to, like, drive it to dinner. Now? Like I really need to be looked at any more.”

― Danica Patrick

“If we are to appropriate money for roads, we need statistics on how bad our roads really are and, moreover, where more roads will be beneficial – it would be irresponsible to just build them where our gut tells us to.”

― Daniel Levitin

“In February of 1972, a snowstorm blew into Kansas City, and I decided to hitchhike to California. The roads were icy, snowflakes howling, and nobody would drive me to the highway, so I humped through the snow and ice and caught a ride with a concerned cop to the Kansas Turnpike.”

― Daniel Woodrell

“For me, in songwriting, I have a route I can take. Maybe there’s some forks, I can go this way, this way. But I know those roads. I still have the experience behind me.”

― Dave Matthews

“I love the nooks and crannies of the American landscape; the back roads and back alleys, the places that are still untouched by the corporate gloss, the veneer of sameness that seems to be spreading across the country.”

― David Means

“I run with a credit card and a cell phone, so when there is not a 7-Eleven around, like some of the country roads out there, I can get him to deliver a pizza to me. And I kind of give them a coordinate, a corner.”

― Dean Karnazes

“We all feel wistfulness or regret about roads not taken.”

― Deborah Tannen

“I have been to the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and I have witnessed the racially segregated roads and housing that reminded me so much of the conditions we experienced in South Africa under the racist system of Apartheid.”

― Desmond Tutu

“I’m from a very, very rural place. There’s really nobody out there, just roads and farms.”

― Diego Klattenhoff

“I moved away when I was young, when I was about 19. I’d literally come from an area with dirt roads and stuff like that, right to the centre of a city of about five million people. It’s been great. I’m based in New York, and every day, it’s amazing.”

― Diego Klattenhoff

“Thankfully, roads have opened that could lead us out of this Brexit crisis. One obvious solution, which is fast gaining support, is to hand the issue back to the country. I would add that we also need formally to take no deal Brexit off the table, because that way lies chaos and disaster.”

― Dominic Grieve

“All roads lead to ‘American Pie.’ ‘As American as apple pie’ was the saying. It was some kind of a big American song that I wanted to write, which would be a conclusion for my show and bring all the songs home, which it still does. I can go anywhere I want with American music and come home to that. And it all makes sense.”

― Don McLean

“President Obama has almost doubled our national debt to more than $19 trillion, and growing. And yet, what do we have to show for it? Our roads and bridges are falling apart, our airports are in Third World condition, and forty-three million Americans are on food stamps.”

― Donald Trump

“When I see the crumbling roads and bridges, or the dilapidated airports, or the factories moving overseas to Mexico, or to other countries, I know these problems can all be fixed, but not by Hillary Clinton – only by me.”

― Donald Trump

“We will build new roads, and highways, and bridges, and airports, and tunnels, and railways all across our wonderful nation.”

― Donald Trump

“If I hadn’t done this I might have ended up digging the roads.”

― Dylan Moran

“Our decisions about transportation determine much more than where roads or bridges or tunnels or rail lines will be built. They determine the connections and barriers that people will encounter in their daily lives – and thus how hard or easy it will be for people to get where they need and want to go.”

― Elijah Cummings

“By definition, an actor’s life is a recipe for regret. There are always roads you could have taken. But I’ve lived long enough to realise that each road has its own rewards.”

― Elizabeth McGovern

“You built a factory out there, good for you. But I want to be clear. You moved your goods to market on the roads that the rest of us paid for. You hired workers that the rest of us paid to educate. You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for.”

― Elizabeth Warren

“President Obama believes in a country where we invest in education, in roads and bridges, in science, and in the future so we can create new opportunities so the next kid can make it big and the kid afer that and the kid after that, that’s what President Obama believes.”

― Elizabeth Warren

“When in college, I would hardly attend classes. In fact, we would go to other colleges and hang out there. Every six months, my friends and I would hit the roads and go to Goa. We weren’t rich kids, and our trips were on shoestring budgets. But, we hardly cut down on the fun.”

― Emraan Hashmi

“I like being a foreigner. For me, to live in California is very pleasant – I’m more comfortable not feeling a part of everything, not feeling responsible for the government or the roads or the health system.”

― Eric Idle

“For countries such as Kenya to emerge as economic powerhouses, they need better infrastructure: roads, ports, smart grids and power plants. Infrastructure is expensive, and takes a long time to build. In the meantime, hackers are building ‘grassroots infrastructure,’ using the mobile-phone system to build solutions that are ready for market.”

― Ethan Zuckerman

“There’s a national ambition, a collective, in a sense, political ambition, which I think is the thing we see from far away. That’s the fact that China’s building roads and airports and extending its reaches out into the East China Sea and the South China Sea, and in a way that’s putting it into some tension with its neighbors.”

― Evan Osnos

“Faster roads are not always safer roads – and virtually all societies, democratic or authoritarian, prefer safety over speed, even if many of their citizens enjoy fast driving.”

― Evgeny Morozov

“If you go to India the roads are being built almost entirely with private sector money and by the private sector. If you look at many, many countries in Europe that’s how they’re doing it.”

― Fareed Zakaria

“I drive a lot. Just for pleasure. Sometimes I’ll get in the Cadillac and drive around the city or the country, kind of trying to get lost basically. Y’know, just see where roads lead.”

― Frank Black

“These roads do not serve transportation alone, they also bind our Fatherland.”

― Fritz Todt

“We do not build speedways, but roads which correspond to the character of the German landscape.”

― Fritz Todt

“I’ve always romanticized the late ’40s and ’50s – the cars, jazz, the open roads and lack of pollution. Now there are more vehicles, less hitchhikers, more billboards and power lines and stuff. People wrote wonderful long letters that took months to receive, and now everything is email.”

― Garrett Hedlund

“I’m outraged that we’re building roads, schools, and hospitals in Iraq and Afghanistan, and that we’re doing it with borrowed money from China that we’re paying interest on. I’m outraged.”

― Gary Johnson

“We used to travel through Alabama a lot and get onto back roads and just marvel at how pretty it was and how nice the people were.”

― Gary Rossington

“Cities are obvious metaphors for life. We call roads ‘arteries’ and so forth.”

― Geoffrey West

“He who walks in the middle of the roads gets hit from both sides.”

― George P. Shultz

“The roads for connectivity are vital. We have partners and we have revenue that we will make sure will come in to build our roads.”

― George Weah

“There are three roads to ruin; women, gambling and technicians. The most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians.”

― Georges Pompidou

“I just love riding my bike – no more so than at home in Cardiff and in South Wales on the roads where I started out, riding with my mates who I grew up with.”

― Geraint Thomas

“Of course you want a better culture of cycling in the U.K. Better roads. More respect.”

― Geraint Thomas

“I do not object to the construction of rail roads and canals.”

― Gerrit Smith

“My errors will point to thinking men the various roads, and will teach them the great art of treading on the brink of the precipice without falling into it.”

― Giacomo Casanova

“New roads; new ruts.”

― Gilbert K. Chesterton

“I care about buses and libraries and schools and roads and education.”

― Gina Raimondo

“There’s lots of people driving on the roads who don’t have licenses. They’re still going to work, still going to school. I want them to get a license and insurance so they’re driving safely.”

― Gina Raimondo

“If we didn’t have a sustainable agriculture industry, who would be paying the then-missing taxes to support our defence, police, roads, airports, elderly, parks, public sporting facilities and much more?”

― Gina Rinehart

“I obviously disagree with the individuals who do not support rural America and do not support rural airports. Under their philosophy, maybe we shouldn’t even be paving roads in rural America, because there are fewer people that drive on them.”

― Glenn Thompson

“Sex is. There is nothing more to be done about it. Sex builds no roads, writes no novels and sex certainly gives no meaning to anything in life but itself.”

― Gore Vidal

“People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost.”

― H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

“The West has been able to bring Afghanistan a much better health service, better education, better roads, a better economy, though some have benefited more; some have benefited less from that economic well-being in Afghanistan.”

― Hamid Karzai

“There is something uniquely American about the motel: It speaks to the transient nature of America itself, one enabled and encouraged by our roads and highways.”

― Hanya Yanagihara

“I don’t think I could advocate for increasing NASA’s budget by a factor of two or ten, because I want us to have good roads in our country. I want us to have good education in our country. And NASA’s budget is part of a discretionary budget, and we can’t make that bigger without taking away other things.”

― Heidi Hammel

“I have a 100-mile round trip commute on some of the nations’ busiest roads and enjoy every minute of it.”

― Henrik Fisker

“In Japan, there are storm channels on either side of the main roads. There were so many times when I’d fall into these ditches because I was lost in stories as I was walking along. It’s still dangerous for me to drive. I’ve driven into the gate outside my house numerous times.”

― Hideo Kojima

“I will come up with a project that will wipe out poverty in the Philippines in two years. I want to remove the people from economic crisis by using the Marcos wealth. Long after I’m gone, people will remember me for building them homes and roads and hospitals and giving them food.”

― Imelda Marcos

“The word ‘aloha,’ in foreign use, has taken the place of every English equivalent. It is a greeting, a farewell, thanks, love, goodwill. Aloha looks at you from tidies and illuminations; it meets you on the roads and at house-doors. It is conveyed to you in letters: the air is full of it.”

― Isabella Bird

“There is the GIS world that is largely managing authoritative data sources, supporting geocentric workflows like fixing roads, making cities more livable through better planning, environmental management, forest management, drilling in the right location for oil, managing assets and utilities.”

― Jack Dangermond

“My dad wanted me to be a professional person, which I was – I was a civil engineer. I graduated from civil engineering at USC in California. I became an engineer, and I helped design the roads for the L.A. County Roads Department. And I did that for about one and a half years in a sense to please my parents – to be a ‘respectable’ person.”

― James Hong

“Well the specific role of the World Bank is to be ready with financial assistance immediately after this emergency takes place because you need to reconnect water, you need to reconnect power, you need roads, you need bridges, and that has to be done urgently.”

― James Wolfensohn

“I don’t fund county roads.”

― Jeff Fortenberry

“Bain also asked Kansas City for a $3 million tax break. The Bain executives were taking home $36 million in borrowed funds and were asking Kansas City to forfeit $3 million in public money for police officers, roads and schools? More free stuff!”

― Jennifer Granholm

“I don’t purposely speed, but I might go over by five or six miles an hour from time to time. It doesn’t give me a buzz driving on normal roads, because I can’t go fast enough. It’s never going to be anything like an F1 car.”

― Jenson Button

“Diamonds are created through the pressures of earth and then have to go through a million dirty roads to get to the cutter who turns it into a beautiful massage. And that’s like human beings. They go through a lot to be who they are in front of you.”

― Jeremy Sisto

“It’s much easier for a middle class Indian entrepreneur to start up a computer company than it is for an Indian company to build roads and transportation systems suitable for a population that is getting wealthier and demanding more basic services.”

― Jerry A. Webman

“Smokey and The Bandit was just a lark. All we did was run up and down those Georgia roads wrecking cars and having the time of our life.”

― Jerry Reed

“We just want to make sure individuals who drive on our roads are not impaired and they are a responsible person behind a motor vehicle.”

― Jesse White

“I just thank the people who took part in our graduated drivers task force, who came with their thoughts and ideas as to how we can best keep our roads safe, and it has paid off.”

― Jesse White

“Taxes, well laid and well spent, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, and promote the general welfare. Taxes protect property and the environment; taxes make business possible. Taxes pay for roads and schools and bridges and police and teachers. Taxes pay for doctors and nursing homes and medicine.”

― Jill Lepore

“Our budget works to reduce and eliminate the risk of attacks at our ports, rails, in the skies, our food supply and roads by allowing for increases in many of the programs and agencies to help protect these important areas of commerce and travel.”

― Jim Ryun

“One would expect that private property taken by eminent domain would become land available for public use such as parks and roads. Unfortunately, this decision creates a loophole for government to manipulate the definition of public use simply to generate greater tax revenue.”

― Jim Ryun

“I have a lot of stories to tell because I’ve been down a lot of roads people haven’t been.”

― Jimmy Walker

“America faces a mounting transportation crisis, and the primary culprit is road congestion. Traffic makes us unhealthy, wastes enormous amounts of time, and cripples national productivity. America needs expanded roads and transportation infrastructure, but traditional gas tax funding is no longer available.”

― Joe Lonsdale

“The roads in Boston suck. Highways included. There are potholes and bumps all over the place. It’s not a fun place to drive.”

― Joey Kramer

“We can’t afford to go down the dead end roads of Parliamentary Socialism or Fascistic Bolshevism.”

― John Blair

“Worldwide, enormous areas of peatland are still being lost to agricultural development, drainage schemes, overgrazing, and exploitation-based infrastructure development projects such as roads, electricity pylons, telephone masts and gas pipelines.”

― John Burnside

“In the early West, law and politics were parallel roads to usefulness as well as distinction.”

― John George Nicolay

“Infrastructure is more than laying new roads and expanding transit: it’s running the fiber and deploying new technologies for reliable, affordable Internet in every part of the state.”

― John Hickenlooper

“Got to build that business base and then you can fund all the things people want: education, health care, strong law enforcement, roads, bridges, infrastructure – all those things flow from that economic base.”

― John Hoeven

“The roads are filled with armed robbers, and murders for mere plunder are of daily occurrence.”

― John White Geary

“Car ownership as we know it will change. The promise of car ownership of the past, the freedom of open roads… the reality has been more of a burden.”

― John Zimmer

“For any good course, you need somewhere beautiful to swim with a nice backdrop, some nice roads to cycle on, and a nice, fast run.”

― Jonathan Brownlee

“I grew up like a lot of country boys and girls do – amongst the pine trees, dirt roads, farms, mules and people who were real.”

― Josh Turner

“Our congressional district is the fastest growing in the state. Nowhere is there a greater need for new and improved roads and transit systems that will spare us the hours we spend each day in traffic.”

― Judy Biggert

“Don’t tell a woman she’s pretty; tell her there’s no other woman like her, and all roads will open to you.”

― Jules Renard

“I look at ‘Friday Night Lights’ as one of my all-time favorite series finales, and that is what you want. After all the roads you’ve traveled with these people, you just want to know that they’re going to be happy. I’m a big believer in shows that make that choice.”

― Julie Plec

“When I lived in Delhi, it was burdened with so many futures – fast roads, malls, flyovers – that one felt almost obliged to be hopeful. Now that hope has diminished, you can feel the city going into a frenzy to reinvent itself. I miss living there.”

― Karan Mahajan

“We recognized that for our future, and for the way the customer was now shopping, we had to have one point of view. All roads lead back to the customer.”

― Karen Katz

“Everybody likes driving through scenic, winding roads. It’s hard to find people who like sitting in traffic in cities.”

― Karl Iagnemma

“Many of the original New Deal programs required heavy manual labor. WPA workers built hundreds of schools, health clinics, roads, park facilities, and community centers. Much of what we now call our ‘infrastructure’ – highways, buildings, power plants, etc. – is here thanks to thousands of WPA workers.”

― Kathi Appelt

“In the same way we have a long-term plan for building roads, we have to have a long term plan to build transit.”

― Kathleen Wynne

“And check this out: If every American had one meat-free day per week, it would be the same as taking eight million cars off American roads in a year.”

― Kathy Freston

“I wasn’t creative enough to imagine my first novel becoming a film directed by Alexander Payne. Nor did I consider the possibility of seeing Hollywood stars moving through my personal version of Hanalei town: going to Tahiti Nui, rehearsing a scene in front of my cousin’s cottages, driving the snaky roads.”

― Kaui Hart Hemmings

“I don’t ever think about the roads I didn’t take because I spend too much time thinking what’s ahead. I don’t go backwards.”

― Kelli O’Hara

“The Engineer Corps is charged with all construction, including light railways and roads.”

― Kelly Miller

“For much of history it was possible to believe that the great diversity of life on Earth was a fixed creation, that the living world had never changed. But when the first stirrings of industry demanded that fuel be dug from the earth and hillsides be leveled for roads and railways, the Earth’s true past was dug up in abundance.”

― Kenneth R. Miller

“Hinduism’s basic tenet is that many roads exist by which men have pursued and still pursue their quest for the truth and that none has universal validity.”

― Kenneth Scott Latourette

“Whether stuck in traffic because of construction or fixing a flat tire after hitting a pothole, Michiganders feel frustrated with the quality of our roads.”

― Kerry Bentivolio

“How we fund transportation in this country is broken. You all pay a gasoline tax, right? Well, cars go farther, we get electric cars, and so on. And then we do more with the money than just build roads. We do bike lanes and mass transit.”

― Kevin McCarthy

“By 2050, the Australian population is expected to grow from 22 million to 36 million. That increase alone will put huge pressure on our towns and our cities. We will need more homes, more roads, more rail lines, more hospitals, more schools, just to accommodate so many Australians.”

― Kevin Rudd

“If you’re not concerned about maintaining an image, you can pursue roads that another actor might not take.”

― Kevin Spacey

“And I went through a lot of detours and I took a lot of roads and things so yes, that’s all there, but it’s not meant to be shocking or telltale.”

― Kim Novak

“I just want Texas to be number one in something other than executions, toll roads and property taxes.”

― Kinky Friedman

“Without land, how can you have development of roads, highways, townships, etc?”

― Kushal Pal Singh

“When I think of ‘Mad Dog Time,’ I think of the fact that I got to drive fast cars all day long up in Canada. That was really fun. We were on these back roads with these great cars.”

― Kyle MacLachlan

“I’ve made it very clear that building, maintaining, and fixing Maryland’s roads and bridges is our top transportation priority, and it is a top priority of our administration.”

― Larry Hogan

“But there is so much more to do for the city we love… a Dallas with roads as strong as our businesses, parks as beautiful as our children, a downtown as tall as our imagination.”

― Laura Miller

“Nowadays, however strong an economy is, not all roads will lead only there. There will be other links between countries in Asia, with America, with Europe, and China will fit into this global network.”

― Lee Hsien Loong

“We think the way out of poverty is to view the poor as producers, and the Internet is probably the most efficient tool we have for tapping this capacity. Because you don’t need roads. You don’t need customs officials who are friendly. You don’t need to manage shipping and delivery schedules. You don’t have to worry about tariffs.”

― Leila Janah

“I love it in the States. The roads are big, the food is big. If it was possible to be in L.A. and still live my racing life, I would move now.”

― Lewis Hamilton

“As a British rider, it’s a privilege to be able to compete on home roads. The British public have really taken to cycling, and you can see that when the race goes through different towns: the community really gets behind it.”

― Lizzie Armitstead

“Hope cannot be said to exist, nor can it be said not to exist. It is just like roads across the earth. For actually the earth had no roads to begin with, but when many men pass one way, a road is made.”

― Lu Xun

“Latin America is convinced that, starting with South America, our way forward is to consolidate the process of integration: not theoretical integration – the integration of speeches – but physical integration, with infrastructure, with roads, with railways, with communications, with energy.”

― Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva

“Living in Barcelona, I have my own little ghetto utopia. There are 3,000 ghost towns in Spain, and I’ve used the images of them a lot in my backdrops for my solo spoken-word stuff. The ghost towns could be from two buildings to 40 – things died out, or there were plagues, the roads don’t lead there, whatever.”

― Lydia Lunch

“Demands for equal financing of sewers, streets, and garbage collection would make more sense than proposals for equal financing of the schools, since some plausible connection may be inferred between the amount of money expended, e.g., for roads, and the quality of service resulting to the taxpayer.”

― M. Stanton Evans

“During World War II, hundreds of thousands of people actually – and among them many African-American – migrated to the Hampton Roads area because of the job boom that was happening. It was a place where you could get stable war jobs.”

― Margot Lee Shetterly

“There are so many roads you can take that will lead you the wrong way, that nobody will hear your name.”

― Maria Sharapova

“Child welfare ought really to cover all sorts of topics, such as better water and sanitation and good roads, and clean streets and public parks and playgrounds.”

― Marjory Stoneman Douglas

“I find it ironic how New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is so focused on such small issues as drink sizes, while ignoring the massive infrastructure challenges in New York – lousy roads, third-world airports, traffic jams, etc.”

― Mark Skousen

“Society can take two roads – the road to genuine prosperity, or the road to artificial stimulus. The first results in a permanent higher standard of living for all; the latter creates an inflationary boom that cannot last.”

― Mark Skousen

“We lived in this area that was basically two circular roads next to each other. There were forests and pastures and stuff. I remember walking around the forest quite a bit.”

― Markus Persson

“Roads do not upgrade or maintain themselves. Bridges do not repair themselves or rebuild themselves.”

― Martin O’Malley

“At some point, if you don’t take care of the roads today, it’s like any other maintenance issue: you’re going to end up paying a lot more down the road.”

― Matt Mead

“Fly ash helps create longer-lasting and stronger concrete for use in roads, bridges, runways, and rail transit.”

― Matt Rosendale

“A lot of us who grew up in the country, hunting and fishing, being very familiar with the woods and dirt roads, have the skill set you need to fight fire.”

― Matthew Desmond

“Argentina has decided to take its place in the global landscape. We need important companies of the world to finance and construct roads, ports, waterways, energy, trains. We’re a huge country that only depends on trucks today. It’s impossible.”

― Mauricio Macri

“We have built tens of thousands of schools, clinics and rural roads.”

― Meles Zenawi

“In the urban areas, we have focused on infrastructure roads, telecommunications, power.”

― Meles Zenawi

“We have managed to acquire $13 trillion of debt on our balance sheet. In my view we have nothing to show for it. We haven’t invested in our roads, our bridges, our waste-water systems, our sewer systems. We haven’t even maintained the assets that our parents and grandparents built for us.”

― Michael Bennet

“I say we have not even had the decency to maintain the assets that our parents and grandparents built for us – our roads, our bridges, our wastewater systems, our sewer systems; by the way, those weren’t Bolsheviks, those weren’t socialists that built those things for us – much less build the infrastructure we need for the 21st century.”

― Michael Bennet

“You know, if you look back in the 1930s, the money went to infrastructure. The bridges, the municipal buildings, the roads, those were all built with stimulus money spent on infrastructure. This stimulus bill has fundamentally gone, started out with a $500 rebate check, remember. That went to buy flat-screen TVs made in China.”

― Michael Bloomberg

“To suggest that organic vegetables, which cost far more than conventional produce, can feed billions of people in parts of the world without roads or proper irrigation may be a fantasy based on the finest intentions. But it is a cruel fantasy nonetheless.”

― Michael Specter

“Today, tomorrow and every day, we will see at least 2,000 young children killed or seriously injured on the world’s roads. This is unacceptable, preventable, and we have to stop it. We have the vaccines for this disease: helmets, seatbelts, speed enforcement, safe road design. We just need to use them.”

― Michelle Yeoh

“There is so much we can do to save lives on our roads.”

― Michelle Yeoh

“National identity is something that’s directly connected to our personal experiences and the decisions we make, the roads we decide to take at certain points in our life.”

― Miguel Zenon

“Every voice on the Left bleated about how they feared protests and riots by angry Donald Trump supporters if and when he lost the election, yet it is the Leftists themselves destroying property and blocking roads. Everyone can see where the hate is coming from. Everyone.”

― Milo Yiannopoulos

“Take the back roads instead of the highways.”

― Minnie Pearl

“Roads are not practical in Africa.”

― Mo Ibrahim

“I practice on the roads of Gaza as we don’t have good stadiums and tracks so I gave my best.”

― Nader al-Masri

“Beirut turned into a war zone in a matter of hours. We were stuck at home, the roads were blocked.”

― Nadine Labaki

“Many of the problems of poverty and need are really problems of physical infrastructure: not enough hospitals, too few schools, insufficient roads, bridges, and a lack of tools. This is what makes traditional philanthropy so daunting. You could build a thousand new hospitals in some parts of the world and barely make a difference.”

― Naveen Jain

“Bengaluru’s traffic does not allow scope for cycling regularly, but I brave the roads occasionally and take the cycle out to work.”

― Naveen Tewari

“Coming from Mumbai, the one thing that always amazes me about Noida is the roads here. Such wide roads are something you don’t get to see in Mumbai. Driving around here is surely a pleasure.”

― Neha Kakkar

“We didn’t build the interstate system to connect New York to Los Angeles because the West Coast was a priority. No, we webbed the highways so people can go to multiple places and invent ways of doing things not thought of by the persons building the roads.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

“If there are dreams about a beautiful South Africa, there are also roads that lead to their goal. Two of these roads could be named Goodness and Forgiveness.”

― Nelson Mandela

“All human endeavor, all human civilization, is the act of solving collective action problems. Should we put out our own fires, or should we have a fire department? Should we build roads, or should we hack our way through the woods from one factory to another?”

― Nick Hanauer

“We have soon to have everywhere smoke annihilators, dust absorbers, ozonizers, sterilizers of water, air, food and clothing, and accident preventers on streets, elevated roads and in subways. It will become next to impossible to contract disease germs or get hurt in the city, and country folk will got to town to rest and get well.”

― Nikola Tesla

“Maps are living, breathing organisms that change on a daily basis: You see it in new roads, bridge closures, and demolitions.”

― Noam Bardin

“It’s not in the interest of most mapping companies to make those changes as they occur, but if you give the power to local people, you can be sure that you’re always getting the best information from the folks that actually drive those roads every day.”

― Noam Bardin

“The whole infrastructure of air travel was, and is, part of government policy. It is not a natural development of a free economic system – at least not in the way that is claimed. The same is true of the roads, of course.”

― Noam Chomsky

“The lack of roads in Africa greatly hinders agriculture, education, and development.”

― Norman Borlaug

“Africa needs roads. Roads bring know-how and fertilizer to farmers and ideas and business for commerce.”

― Norman Borlaug

“Roads are essential to any type of agricultural development.”

― Norman Borlaug

“Life is a journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations.”

― Oliver Goldsmith

“Our highways and our roads are underutilized because of the allowances we have to make for human drivers.”

― Oren Etzioni

“Just as our roads and bridges are overdue for investment, so is the infrastructure for scientific research; that is, the body of scientific thought and the tools for searching through it.”

― Oren Etzioni

“People understand what is good for them in the long run. In the long run, what is good for people is that India’s economy continues to grow at clipping pace, 8% and above, that itself brings host of benefits to the people. It brings better roads, it brings better schools, brings more money to the communities, it brings more jobs.”

― P. Chidambaram

“By the end of the 1950s, American cars were so reliable that their reliability went without saying even in car ads. Thousands of them bear testimony to this today, still running on the roads of Cuba though fueled with nationalized Venezuelan gasoline and maintained with spit and haywire.”

― P. J. O’Rourke

“I used to think that, by the 21st century, cars would run on electricity rather than gasoline and would have guidance systems so that they actually drove themselves. Specially equipped roadways would transmit instructions to the cars, telling them where to go and how fast. I figured this would be in the lines painted on the roads.”

― Pat Cadigan

“One phrase we use at Stripe is, ‘Most tech companies are building cars. Stripe is building roads.’”

― Patrick Collison

“Family trips to Yellowstone and to what are now national parks in Southern Utah, driving the primitive roads and cars of that day, were real adventures.”

― Paul D. Boyer

“With the stones we cast at them, geniuses build new roads with them.”

― Paul Eldridge

“I began to write poetry in high school, and would ride miles over sandy roads in the fine hills around Cedar Rapids, repeating the lines over and over until I had them right, making some of the rhythm of the horse help.”

― Paul Engle

“I drove from Naples to the Amalfi coast in an Alpha Romeo 1969 Spider, which was lovely. There have been lots of movies made down there, and I felt a bit like James Bond – the driving is quite hairy. The locals have mopeds, but you wouldn’t catch me on a bike on those roads. A tank would be safer!”

― Paul Hollywood

“I have always loved running on the roads, ever since I used to take part in relays for my club when I was 12 and 13. I felt really at home on the surface.”

― Paula Radcliffe

“I have long been interested in landscape history, and when younger and more robust I used to do much tramping of the English landscape in search of ancient field systems, drove roads, indications of prehistoric settlement.”

― Penelope Lively

“Having a Hummer is stupid. It’s stupid to waste that much gas. It’s stupid to waste that much money on gas. It’s stupid to parade your insecurities on public roads. Hummers are stupid-looking.”

― Penn Jillette

“I teach MBAs. And I noticed, starting a few years after China joined the World Trade Organization, that a lot of my students were no longer employed. They were still coming to get their MBA, but they’d lost their jobs. And I started to ask questions why. And, at that point, all roads were leading to Beijing.”

― Peter Navarro

“India’s infrastructure deficit in terms of roads, railways, power, and ports needs to be addressed on a fast-track basis.”

― Piyush Goyal

“We aim to encourage investments that ease our supply-side bottlenecks, such as rural roads, cold-storage, and grain-warehouses, which will also help us combat inflation.”

― Piyush Goyal

“As India becomes more tax-compliant, government revenues will improve, and we will be able to serve the poor better. We can have better roads, healthcare, education, and improve the life of farmers.”

― Piyush Goyal

“If inflation is brought down, interest rates will fall. Once rates fall, we have the opportunity to maybe achieve the goal of ‘housing for all’ faster; take roads, infrastructure to India’s interiors.”

― Piyush Goyal

“You look at the road you could have taken, you know, I just think that’s interesting… I’ve been on a lot of roads and I had to hitchhike on a couple of ’em… I have to be very honest: There’s not an awful lot of regret in my life. I think that, you know, you learn from everything, and then, sometimes, you don’t.”

― Polly Bergen

“Instead of being just a church that welcomes and receives by keeping the doors open, let us try also to be a church that finds new roads, that is able to step outside itself and go to those who do not attend Mass, to those who have quit or are indifferent.”

― Pope Francis

“This is important: to get to know people, listen, expand the circle of ideas. The world is crisscrossed by roads that come closer together and move apart, but the important thing is that they lead towards the Good.”

― Pope Francis

“The vast majority of immigrants – regardless of the conditions of war and poverty that may wrack their home countries – come and contribute to their new home country: building our roads, caring for our homes, children, and elders, and serving as doctors, lawyers, employers, and innovators.”

― Pramila Jayapal

“The roads of life are strewn with the wreckage of run-down and half-finished loves.”

― Ralph W. Sockman

“Religious celebrations, and the good will, high spirits and generosity that mark them, are wonderful occasions for understanding the potential of ‘everyday multiculturalism’, and how people from diverse faiths can connect and show they care, rather than go down parallel, sometimes hostile, roads.”

― Randa Abdel-Fattah

“The Costa Rican government is prioritizing laying fiber optic over paving roads. Costa Rica is trying to become one of the Internet societies. This is happening throughout the world.”

― Reed Hastings

“People ask why God allows suffering. You could just as well ask the Minister of Transport why he allows accidents on Britain’s roads.”

― Reinhard Bonnke

“Roads are necessary, but the fact that we don’t fully recognize that when you build a road you’re doing more than building a road – you’re building the future development of your city. And, that’s what’s never dawned on people. It still doesn’t, in a way.”

― Richard Lamm

“Though actually the work of man’s hands – or, more properly speaking, the work of his travelling feet, – roads have long since come to seem so much a part of Nature that we have grown to think of them as a feature of the landscape no less natural than rocks and trees.”

― Richard Le Gallienne

“All roads indeed lead to Rome, but theirs also is a more mystical destination, some bourne of which no traveller knows the name, some city, they all seem to hint, even more eternal.”

― Richard Le Gallienne

“We are all treading the vanishing road of a song in the air, the vanishing road of the spring flowers and the winter snows, the vanishing roads of the winds and the streams, the vanishing road of beloved faces.”

― Richard Le Gallienne

“I look to historians for their power to illuminate not just the invisible lineaments of the present, but also that which is not present. What are the roads that were not taken that most shape our own time?”

― Rick Perlstein

“We believe in government involvement that leads to independence: good schools, quality roads and the best health care.”

― Rick Perry

“Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

― Robert Frost

“The state of some of our roads is a matter of national embarrassment.”

― Robert Rinder

“One thing that I’m continually reminded of is just to always find something that will challenge you in a new way, a very new way, and that’s not the easiest of roads, but it’s the most exciting.”

― Robert Sheehan

“There are many roads to prosperity, but one must be taken. Inaction leads nowhere.”

― Robert Zoellick

“I like to go out on my bike. That’s when I do my thinking. Two or three hours on the roads – that’s when you get time, and you can think without problems.”

― Roberto Mancini

“We were the group that built the roads by day that the Vietcong traveled at night.”

― Rodney Frelinghuysen

“There is an old saying that all roads lead to Rome. It seems the administration so often clearly believes that no matter what the evidence was at any particular time, essentially everything led to Saddam Hussein.”

― Ron Wyden

“I grew up under the spell of London. Illustrator Kerry Lee’s evocative 1950 wall map of the city hung above our breakfast table at home in Canada. Over my corn flakes, I traced the capital’s high roads and medieval alleys.”

― Rory MacLean

“Usually, there is no equivalent of air traffic control at sea. Some busy areas operate ‘traffic separation schemes,’ but mostly, ships are treated like cars on roads where there are rules and codes of behavior, and successful, accident-free outcomes depend on everyone respecting them. As on roads, this doesn’t always work.”

― Rose George

“Women of this planet need some essential resources: wells, seeds and roads. That is primarily all we have ever needed. Added to that, women need righteous and strong men who will help us to use our most cherished gifts: the ability to multitask and problem solve.”

― Roseanne Barr

“As far as I’m concerned, the people who aren’t paying taxes don’t get to run around claiming that they built everything, that the built the roads and that they built the bridges and so forth.”

― Rush Limbaugh

“As a kid, I loved the idea of alternate possibilities, roads not taken, that sort of thing – and I think seeing the ‘Adventure Time’ universe rendered by the artists in those stories will scratch that same itch really well.”

― Ryan North

“I do not like toll roads. Taxpayers are already paying for those roads through their gas taxes, and then to turn around and tell them they need to pay more to drive on the roads, I don’t like it.”

― Sam Graves

“In 2011, I did an internship in Seven Dials, a junction in London where seven roads come together. I’d given up on writing after multiple rejections for my first novel, and I was starting to consider a career in publishing instead, but Seven Dials gave me such a strong idea for a setting that I couldn’t resist picking up my pen again.”

― Samantha Shannon

“Bharat Nirman was a development programme aimed at stepping up public investment and public-private partnerships in the construction of rural roads, drinking water supply, rural telecommunication, rural housing, and minor irrigation.”

― Sanjaya Baru

“So many roads. So many detours. So many choices. So many mistakes.”

― Sarah Jessica Parker

“The road was new to me, as roads always are, going back.”

― Sarah Orne Jewett

“I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been walking over an archaeological site. And you can’t see anything on the ground, and pull back hundreds of miles in space, and all of a sudden you can see streets and roads and houses and even pyramids.”

― Sarah Parcak

“I’ve found numerous things – settlements, temples, possible pyramids, forts, roads – the list goes on and on. I’m not as interested in the discoveries as the types of questions they help us formulate.”

― Sarah Parcak

“Our roads and bridges form the essence of interstate commerce in this country and have for some time.”

― Scott Pruitt

“There are many roads to journalism. My feeling is that your best bet in college is to study the subjects you will want to write about, whether politics, the environment or the law.”

― Serge Schmemann

“Following the automotive pack down unwise and unprofitable roads is not just naive but also very dangerous.”

― Sergio Marchionne

“It’s fascinating to go somewhere where you’re away from everything. There are no houses, no buildings, no roads, no people. And for a little less extreme hunting, any place in the West – Colorado, Utah, Montana – that’s just beautiful country.”

― Shawn Michaels

“If we expect to continue our leadership in the global economy, we must invest in a long-term transportation plan -f or both highways and transit programs. Too many of our roads, bridges, and railways have fallen into disrepair.”

― Sherrod Brown

“As a kid I used to pretend I was John Denver, of all people, and play the guitar and sing Take Me Home, Country Roads.”

― Skeet Ulrich

“Unlicensed illegal immigrants drive on our roads and interstates without insurance, and there is little that our law enforcement officials can do to stop them.”

― Spencer Bachus

“You climb to reach the summit, but once there, discover that all roads lead down.”

― Stanislaw Lem

“In my works, the geography map-wise is accurate – roads are where I say they are, and go from this town to the next as I say they do, and yes, it would take a curricle that long to travel that distance.”

― Stephanie Laurens

“We all have points in our lives where two roads present themselves and we have to make a decision very fast. We don’t know how it will impact our lives, but it usually does.”

― Stephanie Zimbalist

“Pakistan is not about to crack down on terror groups or cut its military budget in order to build roads, schools and hospitals.”

― Stephen Kinzer

“The war on driving includes calls for carbon and gas taxes, tens of billions of gas tax money diverted to inefficient and little-used mass transit projects, and opposition to building new roads and highways.”

― Stephen Moore

“Roads, better harnesses for horses, time-keeping devices, financial instruments like a currency that was recognized everywhere in the kingdom, enforceable contracts – all of this made commerce more appealing than plunder.”

― Steven Pinker

“Everything I’ve done goes back to pro wrestling. Had I not been able to achieve what I did, I guarantee you… my high school jobs were always working in the highway department – driving dump trucks, patching up roads, digging ditches, driving a forklift.”

― Stone Cold Steve Austin

“I’ve seen neighborhoods that I would have never driven though because I’m riding my bike, because I’m looking for side roads, looking for maybe more hills or less hills depending if I’m exercising or not. You see a lot more, and you get the flow of a city a lot more.”

― Stone Gossard

“I am absolutely a free marketeer and I believe the creation of wealth is a good thing and anyone who doesn’t really needs to have their head examined – otherwise where are we going to get the schools, the roads, the universities, the third runway, dare I say it?”

― Stuart Rose

“Chennai is a beautiful city; I love the roads here and also know the routes. But one tip for car/bike enthusiasts – your life is most important; so, drive safe!”

― Suresh Raina

“Winter in the country is very white. There is black grit on all the shoulders of the roads and on the big mounds from the plows, and all the cars are filthy, but the fields are dazzling and untouched and pristine.”

― Susan Orlean

“The middle class has disappeared. We have a highway to poverty and no roads coming out.”

― Suze Orman

“I miss America because it’s where I grew up. I miss the size of the roads, the size of cars, the malls, the choices of radio.”

― Suzi Quatro

“Forty percent of the United States drains into the Mississippi. It’s agriculture. It’s golf courses. It’s domestic runoff from our lawns and roads. Ultimately, where does it go? Downstream into the gulf.”

― Sylvia Earle

“I was born in 1940 in Minnesota and grew up in the country… dirt roads, swamps, lakes, woods.”

― Terry Gilliam

“I go back to a very specific aspect of the Midwest – small towns surrounded by farmland. They make a good stage for what I like to write about, i.e., roads and houses, bridges and rivers and weather and woods, and people to whom strange or interesting things happen, causing problems they must overcome.”

― Tom Drury

“The Transportation Empowerment Act paves the way for better roads, easier commutes, and more family time.”

― Tom Graves

“Nobody would be killed on the roads if the speed limit were 10 miles an hour.”

― Tom Stoppard

“Build the roads and the jobs follow.”

― Tommy Thompson

“Even on a personal note, my dressing table downstairs is crowded with things, like a mini landscape. It’s a city with buildings and towers and roads. There’s a pool and a little park. When I move something around it becomes a different tableau.”

― Tony Curtis

“Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald want to have good public schools, good roads and good health care for the people of Wisconsin. We just have to find a way to do it. I think we can.”

― Tony Evers

“The bottom line is that the federal government is an important partner in addressing issues like funding our public schools, fixing our crumbling roads and infrastructure, protecting our natural resources and ensuring that healthcare is affordable and protects people with pre-existing conditions.”

― Tony Evers

“Great artists make the roads; good teachers and good companions can point them out. But there ain’t no free rides, baby.”

― Ursula K. Le Guin

“Nigeria is a difficult place. It is not a country for the faint of heart. On a good day, when our larger cities such as Abuja, Lagos, and Kano are filled with the teeming masses going in so many different directions, flogged by the heat and sun, bumping down uneven roads all in the name of ‘the hustle,’ it can appear chaotic.”

― Uzodinma Iweala

“There are certain things that Americans expect their government to do. Our infrastructure is vitally important. Putting people back to work with construction is important. Our roads, our bridges, our sewers, our waterways, our dams – this is what makes our country so special.”

― Valerie Jarrett

“An easy approach to the walls must be provided against: indeed they should be surrounded by uneven ground, and the roads leading to the gates should be winding and turn to the left from the gates.”

― Vitruvius

“The various forms of intellectual activity which together make up the culture of an age, move for the most part from different starting-points, and by unconnected roads.”

― Walter Pater

“When Edward Gibbon was writing about the fall of the Roman Empire in the late 18th century, he could argue that transportation hadn’t changed since ancient times. An imperial messenger on the Roman roads could get from Rome to London even faster in A.D. 100 than in 1750. But by 1850, and even more obviously today, all of that has changed.”

― Walter Russell Mead

“One always wonders about roads not taken.”

― Warren Christopher

“My grandmother always told me you must keep to your old roads and stick to your original friends and just go through smooth, be careful and stay positive.”

― Wayne Wonder

“I believe that all roads lead to the same place – and that is wherever all roads lead to.”

― Willie Nelson

“The person attempting to travel two roads at once will get nowhere.”

― Xun Kuang
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