British Beach-Goers Could Get a Bigger Road Through Stonehenge

In ancient times, dozens of years before the dawn of modern highways, lived a strange type of people, the road engineers.They seemed to know what they were doing at the time, but their legacy remains, paved across the archaeological landscape, of Stonehenge. Stonehenge! Where the traffic dwells.Where the tourists gander and it’s selfie-stick hell.Stonehenge! Where cars move like slugs.So the government wants a tunnel dug. Stonehenge! The UK’s premier archaeological destination—a ring of stones constructed by the ancients somewhere between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago—sits along a roadway known as the A303. However, not every car on this route is bound for the mysterious menhirs. Many just want to go to the beach. See, the A303 is also one of …