There`s no denying how much of a hassle it is to maneuver through the construction along Shreveport`s Youree Drive. But imagine living right next to it like Michael Hener. "Ain`t too happy about it," said Hener. Blocked roads and detours lead drivers right down his street. "You come here at 5 `o clock there`s nothing but cars constantly going down the to the stop sign. They make a right here and then that whole street is packed with cars... `Cause everyone`s trying to get shortcuts to get around this," said Hener. The bulldozers are noisy. But Hener says that`s the least of his frustration. "It seems like they break watermains all the time. And we`re without water anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. And there`s no telling when it`s gonna happen and when it`s gonna be fixed," said Hener. So in the meantime he tries to stay prepared just in case. "I keep a 30 gallon jug of water, for my dogs and to flush the toilet and I keep a stock for coffee water," said Hener. Right now Michael`s neighborhood is in a flood zone. But it won`t be once all the construction is complete. And neighbors are optimistic about the end result. "Maybe hopefully it`ll get the problem fixed... So we`ll just have to deal with it until then," said neighbor Chad Davis. But for residents like Michael Hener, it can`t happen soon enough.