Certain stretches along I-20 seem to generate a little more traffic than others.
"I hear a lot of sirens around this area going off," says Lowell Bailey.
Bailey is manages a business off of Interstate 20, at Highway 351 and deals with the problems of the short ramps on a daily basis.
"It kind of comes up on you rather quickly and then you're slowing down and then you're trying to speed back up to get up with traffic," he continues.
Drivers that travel along interstate 20 couldn't agree more.
"It's so short you either have to back off to the point where you're pretty much crawling or you either have to do that or speed up and then risk getting hit," says Marlana Beishline.
To solve a majority of these problems, next month, TxDot has a project that will be going up for bid. They will be converting frontage roads along a stretch of I-20 to one-way operation.
Waldrip says, "Part of that will include moving some of those ramps and making them perform better. That will just make all of the traffic flow along the interstate and on the frontage road a lot smoother."
Which will come as a relief for Beishline, being a parent of two little ones.
"It would definitely make me feel a lot safer to know that if I'm getting on the freeway I don't have to hit zero to 60 in nothing flat to make sure an oncoming rig doesn't hit me," says Beishline.