Worst. Intersections. Ever. You’ll look at your daily commute in a whole different light after seeing some of these bad boys… Think your drive to work is bad in the morning? Well, unless it involves one of the following, chances are it isn’t the world’s worst. A guide to the world’s most confusing (and frustrating!) intersections. Introduction. First up, we’ve got this. Definitely not one for those prone to vertigo… Image via Curious Read China’s spiral bridge approach. Phew! This one isn’t the prettiest from an aerial standpoint. You can definitely appreciate the difficulty you’d have navigating it though… Image via Curious Read Taganskaya Square, Moscow The Place de l’Etoile which goes around the Arc De Triomphe in Paris may be picturesque, but it’d be a nightmare to drive! Image by Wikipedia user Arpingstone The Arc De Triomphe All I’m going to say is try getting from A to B here. The picture says enough! Image from Google Maps More Shanghai madness The UK doesn’t get off by any stretch of the imagination, this one is so complicated that it needs its own guide… Swindon’s magic roundabout! Proving that America always does it as well as anyone else, here’s this ladder-like intersection from Chicago Image by Curious Read Chicago This intersection is made super complicated by the unique pedestrian crossing. Getting through that without breaking your windshield might be easier said than done! Image by Seabaryo/Flickr Criss crossing in Tapei Just looking at this interchange in New Jersey is enough to give me a sore head. Wouldn’t want to drive it! Image from Google Maps Newark Airport Interchange This one in Atlanta looks more like a spider’s web than a stretch of road. Image by Google Maps Tom Moreland Interchange We’ll end it on the original spaghetti junction – the UK’s Gravely Hill Interchange. Picture from the British Highways Agency Gravelly Hill Interchange See? That daily grind isn’t so bad after all, right? The end.