Tuscaloosa, beware: the new crimson arch bridge is going to trigger you in a major way.

If you (like me) are a Type A Perfectionist freakshow, you notice the little things. You want everything to be nice and clean and orderly, and seeing something that deviates from that is, well, it's NOT GOOD.

Let me set the scene: I, a beautiful, successful #girlboss, was on the way to work at like 5:15 a.m. I grabbed some Dunkin and turned onto McFarland before getting caught at the red light at the new crimson arch bridge. I started to look at the placement of these lights and felt physically ill.

Am I the only one who notices how off-centered the traffic lights lights are?

I mean... LOOK AT THIS.

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Why is that the turn light like basically welded to the metal divider while the other light is sixteen Bryant-Dennys away from its next divider?

These lights are ALL WRONG.

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Ugh. Staring at this makes me want to vomit straight bile. I get that the lights have to be centered over the lanes of travel but WHY JUST WHY.

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I can't, y'all. Those two lights are UNEVEN. The turn light is a solid six inches/one foot/two miles above the other, and it makes me want to scream.

This is TUSCALOOSA, the CITY OF CHAMPIONS, the home of Nicholas Lou Saban. Saban is a noted perfectionist--and we're really going to do him dirty with this bridge? No no no no no no no no no.

There's like one part of the bridge lights that passes muster. This single light is perfectly centered and brings me more joy than an Ina Garten holiday special.

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Not bad. Why can't the rest of the bridge look like this? WHO HURT YOU, ALDOT?

Am I the only one who hates this light placement on a cellular level? Share your thoughts with me with our app chat and let me know.

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