Some articles on grade, junction, grade separated junction:
... 1970 Kilcroney dual carriageway (with at grade junctions) from Fasseroe to Kilmacanogue, west of Bray ... section in both directions with six-lane dc, at grade, with multiple residential access points ... At grade 4 lane dc with hard shoulder from Foster Ave ...
... The section from junction 38 of the M62 (its terminus) to the A1034 junction near South Cave was single carriageway before the M62 opened in May 1976 ... From junction 38, the B1230 leads to North Cave (and in the direction of Beverley) along the former A63 ... The BP Triangle North Cave is alongside the junction ...
... passes over the A15 (Paston Parkway) as a roundabout and than heads westwards passing one grade separated junction with a local road ... then meets the city section of the A15 on an unusual junction ... south-westwards, where after passing another grade separated junction for local traffic the road meets the A1260 at Longthorpe ...
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