"Where Many Middle Class Americans Live and Work"
A black paved two top highway with rush hours evolving around factory workers. The entire area is considered the back bone of Houston's Middle class workforce, and both sides are filled with giant industrial factories, and a railroad. It is sparsely populated with houses but still many people spend more hours on this road and area businesses then they do in their own homes. If you happen to be traveling down this road at any given hour, you would hear machinery, loud noises of welding, and grinding, and the occasional laughter of men and women who are either on their break or taking a quick lunch. During the night time hours, all the parking lots are brightly lit and it seems like no one ever sleeps, because most of the factories are open twenty four hours and run in three shifts consisting of first, second, and third. Even the railroad is considered part of the pace of this area with trains loaded with consumer parts and/or goods traveling at lazy speeds to wherever their destination may happen to be. Clinton Drive is a definite Southern Road.