Driving to work, I often notice two things: Everyone is driving alone, and everyone looks frustrated. Not even the eclectic sounds of WTMD can save us from our collective commuter discontent. In the evening, the daily parking woes of some areas serve only to drive an even deeper wedge between the millennials and the multi-generationals, who've been living in the city for decades and now must deal with the influx of younger folks and their cars crowding neighborhood streets. The truth is, if we really want to aspire to the "Greatest City in America" mission statement engraved in our park benches, we must work together to forge creative solutions to the problems every trying-to-grow city encounters. Our traffic situation (and the ripple effect of problems it causes) is ground zero in this pursuit.