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freeway

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1. another name for expressway
2. a major road that can be used without paying a toll
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However, the standard toll-free first 20km of travel on all freeways will be suspended during the holiday, the ministry said.
LANES for self-driving cars will be built on a new freeway linking Beijing and Xiongan New Area in Hebei province.
Summary: Rap artiste in underwear shuts down the southbound lanes on 110 Freeway after scaling traffic sign
One of the approaches in developing the model is using a powerful tool dealing with the prediction and classification problems, and that is Artificial Neural Network (ANN) which has been a consistent alternative method to analyze the freeway accident frequency and does not require any predefined underlying relationship between dependent and independent variables [13].
While California air quality officials have advised against constructing new homes and apartments within 500 feet of a freeway for over a decade, the city issued building permits for 4,300 homes close to freeways in 2015 and 300 more last year.
Benefit/cost ratios estimated with conservative cost and service life assumptions are 1.45 for freeways and 5.44 for multilane roads.
In Changing Lanes: Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways, authors Joseph DiMento and Cliff Ellis explore the unique conditions that led to the construction of the U.S.
Observable evidence of freeways' effects on people and cities was lacking until some were actually constructed; early urban plans showing them were simply visions of the future.
Since the end of February, a 54-year-old woman died after she was shot in the head while driving on the 10 Freeway in eastern Los Angeles County; a 26-year-old man died after a shooting on the 101 Freeway following an argument on Hollywood Boulevard and two teenage boys died after they were shot on a state highway in San Diego County.
Interstate freeways aren't intended or designed to carry local traffic.
Conducted by researchers at USC's Keck School of Medicine, the study indicates that children living closer to freeways have a greater chance of being diagnosed with asthma.