Local Woman Brings Up Simple Suggestion That Could Fix Chick-Fil-A Traffic On Ambassador Caffery [PHOTO]
Have you ever been part of this traffic nightmare?
Ambassador Caffery is usually backed up near Robley Drive due to people trying to get into the Chick-Fil-A drive-thru. It's an issue that both Chick-Fil-A and the city is aware of because they've even posted signs telling people NOT to stop on the pavement if the drive-thru is too backed up.
I totally get it; Chick-Fil-A is delicious—and when you gotta eat, you gotta eat.
But how do we fix this fiasco? It's definitely not an issue that is isolated to this one Chick-Fil-A location. I've seen some Chick-Fil-A locations manage to wrap a second line around their dual drive-thru line. It's pretty impressive actually, but the Ambassador location doesn't have the space to pull that off.
One Facebook user got caught in the mess and offered a simple solution.
I know Chick-Fil-A is literally one of the hardest franchises to open, but how amazing would another location be—off Johnston Street or Congress. Maybe that would slightly improve the issue and at least keep cars out of the street.
Keep in mind, there is another Chick-Fil-A in the mall, literally a block away—but who wants to physically get out of their car, right?
Have you ever been caught in this mess? If you were in charge of fixing this situation, what would you do?