I do think throwing the 'G'-word around is a but much, though. Like roach said, these aren't 'privately owned roads', and it's not like widening a road or moving it over 5 spots to allow for another desired structure is the same as intentionally stealing all the pink wool from Ery's cake or burning down the General Store, or something that actually damages a person's buildings. To paraphrase Iverson, "We're talking about roads."
But perhaps Renic was right (in more ways than one) by saying he'll wait for veteran direction before paving anything else. It not only saves from 'wasted' time when something get's 'griefed', but it's a lot easier than trying to help the commons only to have your contribution be deemed, by implication, as 'griefing'.
I don't want anyone worrying about that with anything I've already done, though, so feel free to relocate/expand/remove any of 'my' roads (the middle parts of the north road including the tunnel, most of the west road, at least the 'griefed' parts, the western side of the south road, the village road, and NW bridge (w/Bal), plus a handful of of the internal alleys).
Well to clarify the situation with the west road, i did ask torcido to modify it, for some reason it was going up the hill to track level and back down, this made little sense to me being both sides of the rail line were lower so why not go under it. So it was changed to better suit the location. No offense was meant by this action.
I have made my opinion of grade level road crossings with the rails known numerous times, to avoid it if possible. All it takes is one creeper to get in your path on the tracks to not only stop you, but blow you to smithereens while your trapped in the cart.
I intentionally raised the tracks even higher than initially planned to help with eliminating this issue among others. Perhaps i am being picky, but then again i have put a lot of planning, resources, and time into this project and i want nothing more than for a ride around and threw the city to be an enjoyable and scenic trip.
But back to the roads, sometimes there may be an issue where a planned project turns out to be slightly larger than the space provided, as long as it is not one of the four main avenues i see no reason it can not be modified. But i would recommend discussing the modification with a veteran before making any changes.
Sixty City is a place we can all call home, hopefully every member will find the time to add their best structures and creations to the city. But also keep in mind that although Sixty City is a place for the entire community it is also moderated by the veterans to try and keep a pleasant and enjoyable place to visit.