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Fort Bend County Toll Road Authority
The Fort Bend County Toll Road Authority (FBCTRA), also called the Fort Bend Grand Parkway Toll Road Authority (FBGPTRA), operates toll roads in Fort Bend County and is headquartered at 1 Fluor Daniel Dr in Sugar Land in the U.S
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Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
The Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Turnpike Authority (formerly Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Transportation Authority) is a government agency of Oklahoma
Oklahoma
that deals with issues regarding the Oklahoma
Oklahoma
turnpike system. Along with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the Authority is the primary infrastructure construction and maintenance agency of the State. The membership of the Authority consists of the Governor of Oklahoma, an ex officio member, and six members appointed by the Governor with consent of the Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Senate. There are six districts within the Turnpike System and one member is appointed from each district. The Authority was established in 1947 during the term of Governor of Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Roy J
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Kansas Turnpike Authority
The Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA) is the organization that owns and maintains the Kansas Turnpike.Contents1 Authority Board 2 Organization 3 References 4 External linksAuthority Board[edit] KTA is headed by a board of five members, two of which are appointed by the governor of the state. In addition, the Chairman of the Kansas Senate Transportation Committee as well as a member of the Kansas House Transportation Committee also serve on the board. The current secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation is the fifth member of the board.[1] One board member is elected as the chairman of the board by the other four members. The current chairman is Mary E. Turkington, who previously served as Executive Director of the Kansas Motor Carriers Association.[1] As of July 1, 2013, the Authority board is as listed below:Rep. Mark Hutton, Chairman Sen. Mike Petersen, Vice-chairman Rep. Richard J
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Farm To Market Road 1093
Farm to Market Road 1093 (FM 1093) is a 50.476-mile (81.233 km) farm to market road in the U.S. state of Texas. It begins in Eagle Lake at FM 3013 and heads east to Interstate 610 in Houston. In Houston, a portion of FM 1093 becomes "Westheimer Road", where the FM 1093 designation is downplayed significantly. East of Loop 610, Westheimer Rd. becomes Elgin at Bagby St. (Midtown District) and terminates at Spur 5 adjacent to the campus of the University of Houston. Westheimer Rd. is named after M.L. Westheimer, who in 1895 dedicated a portion of the land from his plantation to be used as a right-of-way short-cut to communities west of the city, near what is now the Uptown District of Houston
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U.S. Route 290 (Texas)
US 87 at Fredericksburg, TX US 281 at Johnson City, TX I-35 at Austin, TX US 183 at Austin, TX US 77 at Giddings, TXEast end I-610 at Houston, TXHighway systemUnited States Numbered Highway SystemList Special Divided ReplacedHighways in TexasInterstate US State TollLoops Spurs FM/RM Park Rec← SH 290SH 294 → U.S. Highway
U.S. Highway
290 intersection with Interstate 610 in Houston U.S. Highway
U.S. Highway
290 (or U.S. 290) is an east–west U.S. Highway
U.S. Highway
located entirely within the state of Texas
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U.S. Route 59 In Texas
Route
Route
or routes may refer to: Route
Route
(gridiron football), a path run by a wide receiver route (command), a program used to configure the routing table Route, County Antrim, an area in Northern Ireland Routes, a commune in Seine-Maritime, France
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Interstate 69 In Texas
Interstate 69
Interstate 69
(I-69) in the U.S. state of Texas
Texas
is an extension of that existing Interstate Highway
Interstate Highway
that will pass through the eastern part of the state and along the Gulf Coast to Victoria, where it will split into multiple segments with I-69E terminating in Brownsville, I-69C terminating in Pharr, and I-69W terminating in Laredo. The first segment of I-69 in Texas
Texas
was opened in 2011 near Corpus Christi. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) approved an additional 53 miles (85 km) of US 77 from Brownsville to Raymondville for designation as I-69, which was to be signed as I-69E upon concurrence from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
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Houston Chronicle
The Houston
Houston
Chronicle is the largest daily newspaper in Houston, Texas, United States. As of April 2016[update], it is the third-largest newspaper by Sunday circulation in the United States, behind only the New York Times
New York Times
and Los Angeles Times. With its 1995 buy-out of long-time rival the Houston
Houston
Post, the Chronicle became Houston's newspaper of record. The Houston
Houston
Chronicle is the largest daily paper owned and operated by the Hearst Corporation, a privately held multinational corporate media conglomerate with $10 billion in revenues. The paper employs nearly 2,000 people, including approximately 300 journalists, editors, and photographers. The Chronicle has bureaus in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
and Austin
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Sugar Land, Texas
Sugar Land is a city in Fort Bend County, Texas, United States, within the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. Founded as a sugar plantation in the early mid-20th century and incorporated in 1959, Sugar Land is one of the most affluent and fastest-growing cities in Texas, having grown more than 158 percent between 1990 and 2000.[3] In the time period of 2000–2007, Sugar Land also enjoyed a 46.24% job growth.[4] As of the 2010 census, the city's population was 78,817.[1] Due to the Greatwood/ New Territory
New Territory
annexation on December 12, 2017, the city's estimate of population is now 117,869, as of January 1, 2018.[5] Sugar Land is home to the headquarters of Imperial Sugar, and the company's main sugar refinery and distribution center were once located in the city
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Pikepass
Oklahoma has an extensive turnpike system, maintained by the state government through the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. All of Oklahoma's turnpikes are controlled-access highways. The majority have at least four lanes, though the Chickasaw Turnpike is two lanes. Tolls on Oklahoma's turnpikes are collected through several methods, particular to each turnpike, involving mainline and sidegate toll plazas. Tolling is not ticket-based, as on other turnpikes, like the Kansas Turnpike to the north. Tolls can be paid through cash (at either unmanned exact-change bays or manned booths, depending on the plaza) or through the Pikepass transponder system.Contents1 Turnpikes1.1 Surveyed but not built2 Pikepass2.1 Interoperability3 Future 4 Criticism 5 ReferencesTurnpikes[edit]The Cherokee Turnpike is part of U.S. Highway 412 (US-412) in eastern Oklahoma, The Chickasaw Turnpike connects US-177 just north of Sulphur to State Highway 1 (SH-1) south of Ada
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K-TAG
The Kansas Turnpike is a 236-mile-long (380 km), freeway-standard toll road that lies entirely within the U.S. state of Kansas. It runs in a general southwest–northeast direction from the Oklahoma border to Kansas City. It passes through several major Kansas cities, including Wichita, Topeka, and Lawrence. The turnpike is owned and maintained by the Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA), which is headquartered in Wichita. The Kansas Turnpike was built from 1954 to 1956, predating the Interstate Highway System. While not part of the system's early plans, the turnpike was eventually incorporated into the Interstate system in late 1956, and is designated today as four different Interstate Highway routes: I-35, I-335, I-470, and I-70. The turnpike also carries a piece of U.S. Routes 24 and 40 in Kansas City. Because it predates the Interstate Highway System, the road is not engineered to current Interstate Highway standards, and notably lacks a regulation-width median
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U.S. Route 59 (Texas)
U.S. Highway 59 (US 59) in the U.S. state of Texas is named the Lloyd Bentsen Highway, after Lloyd Bentsen, former U.S. senator from Texas. In northern Houston, US 59, co-signed with Interstate 69 (I-69), is the Eastex Freeway (from Downtown Houston to the Liberty County/Montgomery County line). To the south, which is also co-signed with I-69, it is the Southwest Freeway (from Rosenberg to Downtown Houston). The stretch of the Southwest Freeway just west of The Loop was formerly one of the busiest freeways in North America, with a peak AADT of 371,000 in 1998.[2] US 59 (overlapped by US 71) actually straddles the border between Texas and Arkansas north of I-30 near Texarkana, with the east side of the highway on the Arkansas side and the west side of the highway on the Texas side. In the past, both highways remained on the border past I-30 as State Line Avenue to downtown Texarkana; today, only US 71 does so
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North Texas Tollway Authority
The North Texas
North Texas
Tollway Authority (NTTA) is an organization that maintains and operates toll roads, bridges and tunnels in the North Texas area. Functioning as a political subdivision of the State of Texas under Chapter 366 of the Transportation Code, the NTTA is empowered to acquire, construct, maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects; to raise capital for construction projects through the issuance of turnpike revenue bonds; and to collect tolls to operate, maintain and pay debt service on those projects. The NTTA is governed by a nine-member board of directors, two appointed by each of the four counties in its service area, and one appointed by the Texas Governor. It is a non-profit entity
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TollTag
The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) is an organization that maintains and operates toll roads, bridges and tunnels in the North Texas area. Functioning as a political subdivision of the State of Texas under Chapter 366 of the Transportation Code, the NTTA is empowered to acquire, construct, maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects; to raise capital for construction projects through the issuance of turnpike revenue bonds; and to collect tolls to operate, maintain and pay debt service on those projects. The NTTA is governed by a nine-member board of directors, two appointed by each of the four counties in its service area, and one appointed by the Texas Governor. It is a non-profit entity
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Texas Department Of Transportation
The Texas
Texas
Department of Transportation (TxDOT, pronounced "tex-dot") is a government agency in the U.S. state of Texas. Though the public face of the agency is generally associated with the construction and maintenance of the state's immense state highway system, the agency is also responsible for overseeing aviation,[1] rail,[2] and public transportation[3] systems in the state. At one time, TxDOT also administered vehicle registration;[4] but this function transferred to the Texas
Texas
Department of Motor Vehicles, a state agency which began operations in November 2009.[5][6] The agency has been headquartered in the Dewitt C. Greer Building
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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