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motorway

Brit a main road for fast-moving traffic, having limited access, separate carriageways for vehicles travelling in opposite directions, and usually a total of four or six lanes
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While not every stretch of motorway would be suited to a double-decker design or require this kind of radical solution to traffic flow, there are swathes of the UK's motorway network that could be improved with such a scheme.
Later, the owners, whose lands have been acquired for constructing Hazara Motorway, complained that they are being paid less payment of their lands as comparing to prevalent market prices.
The smart motorway schemes are part of Au15 billion investment in motorways and major A roads by 2021.
He apprised them against over speeding, dozing on wheel and the use of worn out and substandard tires which were the leading causes of accidents on motorways.
We're calling for motorway fuel retailers to be more reasonable with their pricing.
We might grab a coffee, but most of us try to avoid having to refill our cars or lorries while driving on the motorway
You'll have seen this on lots of motorways, including the M25.
Motorists are dissatisfied with the value for money at motorway service areas but are left with little choice when making long trips around the country.
The new A2 motorway section to be put into operation counts among the most strategic parts of the motorway construction plan in Poland.
It added that Marks & Spencer also charged "inflated prices" in its motorway shops, including a 25% increase on a bottle of water, 16% on a sandwich and 15% on a large sausage roll.
9-Afyonkarahisar-Antalya-Alanya motorway (490 kilometers),
The loan agreement was signed on Wednesday in Rabat by Philippe de Fontaine Vive, vice-president of the EIB and Otmane Fassi Fehri, managing director of the Moroccan Motorway Company (ADM).