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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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To put this in perspective, a one-kilometer stretch of divided highway in Turkey costs around TL 600,000.
As volume on the divided highway increases, the travel time penalty is likely to decline, and the safety benefit is likely to increase.
Because of the wind, vehicles were diverted to Highway 14 north of Mojave and then onto the newly constructed divided Highway 58.
In fact, my hometown doesn't even have a middle of its own, unless one counts a series of nondescript municipal buildings that fly by when you're driving on the divided highway that is one of two main drags through town (the other major thoroughfare is, naturally, a second divided highway).
He was sitting on an inner tube, sleeping," says Brown, "and I accidentally ran up on the median of this divided highway.
The scope of the project consists of converting a 2-mile section of asphalt highway into a 4-lane concrete, divided highway and includes the construction of a bridge and installation of 5,000 feet of storm sewer.
The first segment consists of a four-lane divided highway and bridge construction over State Route 140 and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.
The project to widen Highway 226 from two lanes to a four-lane divided highway will take place in several phases, said AHTD spokesman Randy Oft.
A route later was identified in the mid-1970's for a four-lane divided highway.
In 1999-2000 on project NH 0342-034, the contractor modified the screed bar on a paver to form grooves for both shoulder stripes and the skip stripe on a four-lane divided highway.
At the same time, I watched another trailer fishtail all over the two westbound lanes of the divided highway before it sideswiped a third semi.