The modern way of life creates new conditionsthatfollow a predetermined operating system so that society can be developed more efficiently. Under this consideration, this researchdeals with the Greek Highway network, which can connect the whole country. The modern road network for the last 20 years (New National Highways) follows a homogeneous form and regulations and laws are strictly enforced. Going from one point to another now seems quite controlled, even if the original intention wasto make easier for drivers to drive and move more safely. All modern equipment, technological or not (GPS, markings, etc.) conveys a concise and effective message to the driver without leaving room for misinterpretation. In the Old National Road network, as it crosses many provincial towns and settlements, the traffic has a freer character, often causinga lot of emotions, from the variety of images received.It is now a fact that the Old National Roads are notanymoreselected by the modern driver, having as result that many of these settlements, across them, have been abandoned and deserted. creating a sense of bitter nostalgia for those that they are lost.So, looking for the reasons that the modern driver prefers and chooses to travel through the New National Highway, it was decided to study the route, starting from the Isthmus of Corinth with destination Tripoli, following both roadways options (Old and New Highway). Each route can be characterized distinctively. The new road is associated bythe concept of monotony, straightforwardness, velocity and cosmopolitism, while the old one is associated with the concept of turns, observation, slowness and locality. Modern way of livingcombined with the extensive use of the car have changed the importance of travel. Both the new and the old road take an equally important place in a time of movement.