A highway is any public road or other public way on land; the term exists in distinction to waterway. In North American and Australian English, the term frequently implies major roads under the control of a state or provincial agency instead of a local road authority. In British English, highway is primarily a legal term, and normal usage implies roads, while legal usage covers any route or path with a public right of access, including footpaths etc. The term has led to several related derived terms, including highway system, highway code, and highway patrol.
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... of the system of United States Numbered Highways, with the highway traveling across the northern tier of the country ... The western end of the highway is at Astoria, Oregon the eastern end is in Atlantic City, New Jersey ... of parallel and concurrent Interstate Highways, it has managed to avoid the decommissioning that has happened to other long haul routes such as U.S ...
... Kottawa, Sri Lanka A Polish expressway in Bielsko-Biała The Pan-American Highway where it serves as the main street in Máncora, Peru Highway A1 near Bologna, Italy, with 10 lanes A1 Motorway near Athens ... Japan A typical expressway in Mainland China 3/4 highway interchange in Dubai, United Arab Emirates A highway in Tehran 32-lane toll plaza at an Indian expressway Chennai Bangalore ...
... Route 101 is a highway in northwestern Quebec running in a north to south direction ... In the north the highway begins at Route 111 in Macamic and ends at Témiscaming, a town bordering with Thorne, Ontario on the Ottawa River ... It continues as Highway 63 to North Bay, Ontario ...
... Highway 212 South Dakota Highway 20 South Dakota Highway 45 South Dakota Highway 47 ...
... provide service from Oshawa along the Highway 401 and Highway 2 corridors in Durham Region and to Toronto and York Region ... Other than Highway 2, which reverted to local jurisdiction (King Street and Bond Street) in 1998, the city had no provincially maintained highways until the original section ... The highway originally terminated at Ritson Road, and was extended east through the remainder of the city to Newcastle in 1952 ...
Famous quotes containing the word highway:
“The highway presents an interesting study of American roadside advertising. There are signs that turn like windmills; startling signs that resemble crashed airplanes; signs with glass lettering which blaze forth at night when automobile headlight beams strike them; flashing neon signs; signs painted with professional touch; signs crudely lettered and misspelled.... They extol the virtues of ice creams, shoe creams, cold creams;...”
—For the State of Florida, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Off Highway 106
At Cherrylog Road I entered
The 34 Ford without wheels,
Smothered in kudzu,
With a seat pulled out to run
Corn whiskey down from the hills,”
—James Dickey (b. 1923)
“The highway leads to Heaven, but each finds his own way.”