One of the issues that Canadian metropoli face is their population and popularity outgrowing their infrastructure. Calgary’s Deerfoot Trail sounds like a delightful hike, but in reality it’s one of Canada’s most frustrating commutes. The 47-kilometre (28.8 mi) stretch of Highway 2 spans the entire length of the city from south to north and links suburbs to downtown. It also connects Calgary to Edmonton and Interstate 15 in the United States, making it the bane of many a Calgarian’s existence. Take public transit, maybe?