Highways

Some articles on highways, highway:

Hairpin Turn
... Highways with repeating hairpin turns allow easier, safer ascents and descents of mountainous terrain than a direct, steep climb and descent, at the price of greater distances of travel and usually lower speed limits ... Highways of this style are also generally less costly to build and maintain than highways with tunnels ...
Oklahoma State Highway 99 - History - Designation As US-377
... The Oklahoma Department of Highways had proposed portions of State Highway 99 for inclusion in the United States Numbered Highways system several times ... The Department of Highways, and later the Department of Transportation, submitted an application to extend US-377 from Madill to US-64 in Cleveland eight times between December 1964 and 1980 ...
Acadiana - Transportation - Land
... High-capacity, modern highways are the lifelines of the region ... US Highways 90, 190, and 167 were the main connectors through south Louisiana until the 1950s ... US and state highways also cross the region ...
Oklahoma State Highway 74
... State Highway 74, usually abbreviated as SH-74 or OK-74 (or simply Highway 74) is the numbering of two different highways maintained by the U.S ... These highways were once a single major north–south route, connecting Oklahoma City to more rural parts of the state ... Due to encroaching Interstate highways—especially Interstate 35—the middle section of the route through Norman, Moore, and Oklahoma City was decommissioned in 1979 for reasons of redundancy ...
Viluppuram (town) - Transport - Road
... Viluppuram is connected with 3 national highways given below ... Other than the above mentioned national highways, several state highways also run through the district and town ...

Famous quotes containing the word highways:

    That is the land of lost content
    I see it shining plain,
    The happy highways where I went
    And cannot come again.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)

    That is the land of lost content,
    I see it shining plain,
    The happy highways where I went
    And cannot come again.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)