If you drive into DC across the 14th Street Bridge every morning, you are a hardy, hardy soul. Truly, your conviction to automotive transit must be a strong one. For the last year and change, the construction project has turned the 14th Street Bridge into the commuting equivalent of a test of will. This week, in an effort from DDOT and VDOT to further confuse, deter and otherwise make crazy those who might cross the span, the traffic pattern has shifted again. The span is now divided in half, with the middle lane of the bridge blocked off, and two lanes going to the left and the right. I’m sure this is making for some confused commuting, so share your good stories, assuming you haven’t flown into a homicidal rage, in the comments.