I live in the Bible Belt, Texas to be specific. I live in College Station (home of Texas A&M University- great at engineering and some other sciences), but College Station isn't as large as some of the other cities here on DIYcity so I've had a tough time thinking of any traffic related issues. However, it is big enough to notice a giant leap in traffic on Sundays when church gets out- I think the development of twitter bots for various cities in the Bible Belt could definitely be useful. Basically you setup a way for churches to signal the bot that their service is over, thereby letting everyone following the bot know that traffic is about to spike. While services all take place in the same general time frame (Sunday morning till lunch), they never end at exactly the same time, and most churches run different schedules. It would definitely be a huge time killer to run into Joel Olsteen's congregation of 30,000 on the way to lunch or on the way out of town. If you live in the Bible Belt (assuming you don't have this problem if you don't- maybe you do?) what do you think about this idea? Got any other ideas?