dual carriageway

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dual carriageway

Brit a road on which traffic travelling in opposite directions is separated by a central strip of turf, etc.
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9 billion since 2011, an amount equal to the cost of 11,000 kilometers of divided highway, the building of which has been a key part of the ruling Justice and Development Party's (AK Party) election campaigns since 2003
The biggest concern during the bore was potentially hitting a water pocket under a two-lane road or divided highway that could result in a collapse," says Metzger.
This report should be useful to traffic engineers, planners, and officials who are considering safety improvements at unsignalized intersections on four-lane divided highways.
Meanwhile, the speed limit for buses and minibuses in two-way highways became 80 km/h, as the limit to be applicable for the same vehicles while travelling on divided highways has increased to 100 km/h.
The divided highways built across Turkey have been collapsing one by one, especially since the heavy downpours of recent months caused the low-quality asphalt to break up.
Content is the doubling of the tracks and the sometimes multi-lane divided highways with a total length of 1.
Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister LE-tfi Elvan also admitted in November 2014 that nearly 80 percent of the divided highways in Turkey that have been opened since 2003 during the AK Party rule were built using a kind of asphalt that will wear out within two to three years.
Main quantities Lot 1 - westerly Herault - combining two regional directorates Piedmont Biterrois and Coeur d~Herault - maritime cities - about 50 km of divided highways - the specific treatment spot on the shelf of 3,550 km of roads of 2 regional directoratesLot 2 - Herault eastern sector - including one single territorial directorate of the metropolitan area is heraultais - about 50 km from divided highways - the specific treatment spot on the shelf of 1,200 km of roads of territorial management.