Standing water where driveway meets the street
Where my driveway meets the street is the low point of the block. Water pools there and I have had to erect a "bridge" to cross it during the winter. It is 30 feet long and after a rain is about 4 feet wide. In the summer, if someone washes their car up-street from me, it also pools with water. Cost prohibits me from having the whole section torn up and re-poured and may not totally solve the problem as tree roots have raised the down-street run-off.
So the part I am trying to deal with is the driveway side which collects the most water. I would like to add some sort of "hump" like a speed-bump, the length of the 30 feet, so that the water stays on the street side which never gets wider than a foot before it reaches the height it needs to be to run-off. It is not a perfect solution but would be much better.
I have looked into actual rubber speed bumps but these are also costly. I have considered putting down a row of brick and smoothing out either side of the brick with mortar so we can drive over it.
Any ideas out there?