Grade Separated

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Alberta Highway 628 - Km By Km Description
628 km 19) 22 Hwy 216, Anthony Henday Drive Grade separated As Whitemud Drive Begin 2 south concurrency 53°30′44″N 113°39′33″W / 53.51222°N ...
Double Junction - Grade Separated - Flyovers
... A double junction can be grade separated so that there is no flat crossing, reducing conflicts and reducing congestion ...
Peninsula Link - History - Post EastLink
... A full grade separated junction would be provided with EastLink and the Frankston Freeway, along with full grade separated diamond interchanges at Dandenong-Frankston Road, Cranbourne-Frankston Road, Golf Links ... Interchanges at Skye Road and Mornington-Tyabb Road will have half diamond grade separated with northbound entry, southbound exit ramps ...
Spissøy Bridge - Route Description
... This included a new grade separated (two-level) interchange in the southern part of Leirvik and a culvert—the Digernes Tunnel—immediately before the bridge ... In Sveio, the link included 800 meters (2,600 ft) of new limited-access road from the tunnel to a grade-separated interchange at Dalshovda ... The plaza is constructed as a grade-separated intersection, so that any car passes through the plaza once ...
Grade Separation - Effects - Disadvantages
... Grade-separated junctions are very space-intensive, complicated, and costly, due to the need for large physical structures such as tunnels, ramps, and bridges ... this, combined with the large traffic volumes that grade-separated roads attract, tend to make them unpopular to nearby landowners and residents ... New grade-separated road plans can receive significant opposition from local groups for these reasons ...

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