For night shots you really need to either find tripod or set the camera on a sturdy surface. The shutter is gonna be open for a while to get enough light for a good photo, and your hands just shake way too much for it not to blur. I can see exactly when you moved in the warped light trails on the highway. Even during the day, any shutter speed slower than 1/60 usually comes out with noticeable blur when taken handheld.
If I were to retake this photo, what I'd do: Aim a little higher, so the lower overpass and at least some of the carpark is cropped, and show more sky. Keep the camera steady by setting it down, use stacks of books and paper to get it angled properly. If you can keep the camera steady enough, set the aperture higher so the buildings in the background stay in focus. Probably focus on the traffic lights in the foreground, since they're the only real color in the photo and offer good contrast / emphasize the road and highway theme of the photo.
Regardless, OC is always good, and being meh at something is the first step toward being good at it. Keep it up.