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Offset T-intersection
An offset T-intersection[1] is an at-grade road intersection where a conventional four leg intersection is split into two three-leg T-intersections to reduce the number of conflicts and improve traffic flow.[2] Building the offset T-intersections as continuous green T-intersections (also called seagull intersection), there is a single stop on the arterial road, only.[3] A higher volume of through traffic on the cross road,[4] or on unsignalized intersections, a rebuild to a conventional four-leg intersection may be adequate, also when the offset is a few feet only like staggered junctions causing slower traffic for a longer time on the arterial road.[5] Seen as a spur route or access road, offset T-intersections can be seen as a A2 or B2 type partial cloverleaf interchange with no arterial road.[6] See also[edit]Split intersection
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Brazilian Highway System
The Brazilian Highway
Highway
System (Portuguese: Sistema Nacional de Rodovias) is the highway system of Brazil. As of 2010[update], the system consists of almost 2 million kilometers of roads, of which approximately 200,000 km are paved. As it is in the United States, Canada or most countries in Europe, larger/wider highways have higher speed limits than normal urban roads (typically between 80 km/h and 120 km/h), although minor highways, unpaved highways and sections of major highways running inside urban areas have a lower speed limit in general
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List Of Streets And Roads In Hong Kong
The following are incomplete lists of notable motorways, tunnels, bridges, roads, avenues, streets, crescents, squares and bazaars in Hong Kong. Many roads on the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Island conform to the contours of the hill landscape. Some of the roads on the north side of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Island and southern Kowloon
Kowloon
have a grid like pattern. The roads and highways are generally designed to British standards. Highways generally conform to British motorway standards. Speed limits on all roads are 50 km/h, unless specified by road signs. Usually, higher speed limits such as 70 km/h and 80 km/h have been raised to facilitate traffic flow along main roads and trunk roads
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Autobahn
The German Autobahn
Autobahn
sign with route markers for Bundesautobahnen 1, 3 & 5A map of the German Bundesautobahnen networkSystem informationMaintained by Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale InfrastrukturLength 12,996 km (2016) (8,075 mi)Highway namesAutobahns: Bundesautobahn X (BAB X or A X)Autobahns 3 and 5 at Frankfurter Kreuz
Frankfurter Kreuz
near Frankfurt
Frankfurt
am MainThe Autobahn
Autobahn
(German: Autobahn
Autobahn
IPA: [ˈʔaʊtoˌba:n] ( listen), plural Autobahnen) is the federal controlled-access highway system in Germany. The official German term is Bundesautobahn (plural Bundesautobahnen, abbreviated BAB), which translates as "federal motorway"
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Highways In The Czech Republic
Highways in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
are managed by the state-owned Road and Motorway
Motorway
Directorate of the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
– ŘSD ČR, established in 1997. The ŘSD currently (2018) manages and maintains 1,250 km of motorways (dálnice), whose speed limit is of 130 km/h or 80 mph (or 80 km/h or 50 mph within a town). The present-day national motorway network is due to be of about 2,000 km before 2030.[1] Highways are no longer divided into motorways and expressways as the category of expressways (Silnice pro motorová vozidla) has been changed by 31 December 2015. Most of expressways were classified as fully fledged motorways, while some sections of stayed as expressways, whose speed limit was reduced to 110 km/h, as they newly do not comply with the standards of motorway
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Highways In Croatia
Highways in Croatia
Croatia
are the main transport network in Croatia. The Croatian classification includes several classes of highways:[1]The main motorways are named A (autocesta) accompanied by one or two digits. By and large they are toll highways with a ticket system. Expressways (brza cesta) are limited-access roads with grade-separated intersections and by and large an increased speed limit without tolling. They are similar to motorways, but aren't always dual carriageway, they have no emergency lanes, and their speed limit is always lower. They either have standalone designations or are parts of major state routes (D), see below. Roads dedicated for motor vehicles (cesta namijenjena isključivo za promet motornih vozila), which is a category for highways which are limited-access roads, usually similar to multiple-lane motorways/expressways, but which may have slow intersections
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Expressways Of China
The expressway network of China
China
is an integrated system of national and provincial-level expressways in China. By the end of 2017, the total length of China's expressway network reached 136,000 kilometers, the world's largest expressway system by length, having surpassed the overall length of the American Interstate Highway System
Interstate Highway System
in 2011.[1] A system of national-level expressways, officially known as the National Trunk Highway
Highway
System (simplified Chinese: 中国国家高速公路网; traditional Chinese: 中國國家高速公路網; pinyin: Zhōngguó Guójiā Gāosù Gōnglùwǎng) and abbreviated NTHS,[2] with 7 radial expressways (from the capital Beijing), 11 north-south expressways and 18 east-west expressways, forms the backbone of the expressway network in the country
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Highways In Australia
Highways in Australia
Australia
are generally high capacity roads managed by state and territory government agencies, though Australia's federal government contributes funding for important links between capital cities and major regional centres. Prior to European settlement, the earliest needs for trade and travel were met by narrow bush tracks, used by tribes of Indigenous Australians. The formal construction of roads began in 1788, after the founding of the colony of New South Wales, and a network of three major roads across the colony emerged by the 1820s. Similar road networks were established in the other colonies of Australia. Road
Road
construction programs in the early 19th century were generally underfunded, as they were dependent on government budgets, loans, and tolls; while there was a huge increase in road usage, due to the Australian gold rushes
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Autostrade Of Italy
The Autostrade (Italian: [awtoˈstraːde]; singular Autostrada [awtoˈstraːda]) are roads forming the Italian national system of motorways. The total length of the system is about 6,758 kilometres (4,199 mi).[1] In North and Central Italy
Italy
this is mainly as tollways, with the biggest portion in concession to the Atlantia group (via Autostrade per l'Italia (it)) which operates some 3,408 km
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Roads In Pakistan
Roads in Pakistan
Pakistan
(Urdu: پاکستان میں سڑکیں‬‎) can be classified as federal, provincial and municipal roads.Contents1 Federal roads1.1 National Highways 1.2 Motorways 1.3 Expressways2 Provincial and territorial roads2.1 Azad Jammu and Kashmir 2.2 Balochistan 2.3 Federally Administered Tribal Areas 2.4 Islamabad Capital Territory 2.5 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2.6 Gilgit-Baltistan 2.7 Punjab 2.8 Sindh3 Municipal roads3.1 Azad Jammu & Kashmir 3.2 Balochistan 3.3 Federally Administered Tribal Areas 3.4 Gilgit-Baltistan 3.5 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 3.6 Punjab 3.7 Sindh4 See also 5 ReferencesFederal roads[edit] Federal roads are controlled by the Government of Pakistan
Government of Pakistan
and maintained by the National Highway Authority
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Roads In Portugal
Roads in Portugal
Portugal
are defined by National Road
Road
Plan, which describes the existing and planned network of Portuguese roads. The present plan in force is the 2000 National Road
Road
Plan (PRN 2000), approved in 1998
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Highways In Spain
The Spanish motorway (expressways) network is the eleventh largest in the world, by length. As of 2016[update], there are 17,109 km (10,631 mi) of High Capacity Roads[1] (Sp. Vías de Gran Capacidad) in the country
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Institute Of Transportation Engineers
The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is an international educational and scientific association of transportation professionals who are responsible for meeting mobility and safety needs. ITE was founded in 1930 as the Institute of Traffic Engineers[1] and its first president was Ernest P. Goodrich.[2] ITE facilitates the application of technology and scientific principles to research, planning, functional design, implementation, operation, policy development and management for any mode of ground transportation
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Transportation Research Board
The Transportation Research Board
Transportation Research Board
(TRB) is a division of the National Research Council of the United States which serves as an independent adviser to the President of the United States of America, the Congress and federal agencies on scientific and technical questions of national importance. It is jointly administered by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the National Academy of Medicine. As one of seven major divisions of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,[1] the TRB promotes innovation and progress in transportation through research in an objective and interdisciplinary setting. It stimulates research and offers research management services that promote technical excellence; provides expert advice on transportation policy and programs; and disseminates research results broadly and encourages their implementation
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Indiana Department Of Transportation
The Indiana
Indiana
Department of Transportation (INDOT) is a governmental agency of the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Indiana
Indiana
charged with maintaining and regulating transportation and transportation related infrastructure such as state owned airports, state highways and state owned canals or railroads. Indiana’s "highway network" started out as a series of dirt paths, which settlers created for local travel. Most of the time, these paths did not interconnect, making travel difficult at best.Contents1 Highway Act ‑‑ 1917 2 Highway Act ‑‑ 1919 3 Steady Annual Growth of State Highway Mileage 4 Traffic‑Count Provision 5 Districts 6 Lists of roads 7 External links 8 ReferencesHighway Act ‑‑ 1917[edit] The first Indiana
Indiana
legislative step toward establishing a state highway commission that would meet the requirements for Federal road grants was taken on March 7, 1917
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Federal Highway Administration
The Federal Highway
Highway
Administration (FHWA) is a division of the United States Department of Transportation that specializes in highway transportation. The agency's major activities are grouped into two "programs," the Federal-aid Highway
Highway
Program and the Federal Lands Highway
Highway
Program. Its role had previously been performed by the Office of Road Inquiry, Office of Public Roads and the Bureau of Public Roads.Contents1 History1.1 Background 1.2 Creation2 Functions 3 Organization 4 Long-Term Pavement Performance Program 5 Administrators 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] Background[edit] The organization has several predecessor organizations and a complicated history. The Office of Road Inquiry (ORI) was founded in 1893. In 1905 that organization's name was changed to the Office of Public Roads (OPR) which became a division of the United States Department of Agriculture
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