So Dundee is not finished, but it has a traffic layout that I'm proud of and would like to brag about if you'll indulge me. To start off with, this is an interesting intersection of two avenues, one crossing under Godfrey Hill on its way to jump onto the interstate. The other travelling beneath the avenue on its way to downtown, travelling between Godfrey Hill and Stuart to the left. While this was a bit of an artsy move for the most part, I think (having NAM is the sole reason for my success) the intersection looks smart to start with, but having dedicated roads is something I don't see many other players doing in their cities. I must say, having NAM's ability to put one over another has completely changed the way I want to the play the game, I feel like intersections are such redundant things. Anyway, hope this inspires somebody out there.
This is the neighborhood of Pimlico located to the southeast of the city, it has an appealing road system I think. I was inspired by my many getting lost in Seattle experiences and I think the terracing, while in real life would be ungodly expensive give the ridge a nice traffic diverting confusion. If I had more room I would have liked to put a more direct route down the center, but alas, all I could fit without disrupting the traffic flow was a way in, the way out being to head for the avenue at the top of the picture and heading around.