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interurban

[¦in·tər′ər·bən]
(geography)
Connecting or extending between urban areas.
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The interurban road transport has experienced an average annual growth rate of 2.
Also, construction of shoulders in interurban segments, and sidewalks and other safety related works in urban areas; improvements of urban crossings, including bus stops and parking areas at key locations.
Museum Art 4) Free burritos from Qdoba Mexican Grill 1) $25 gift certificate for Christmas Expressions 1) Free night's lodging at Holmberg House Bed and Breakfast 1) Night's lodging at Montford Inn 2) $25 gift certificates for Louie's Restaurant 2) $10 gift certificates from Interurban Restaurant
Other topics include correlating APA to field permanent deformation for HMA mixes, predicting pavement deterioration for the Saudi interurban network, designing asphalt pavement for orthotropic steel bridge decks, and evaluating damage for super heavy load moves.
In 2008, an agreement signed between Tunisie Telecom and the national interurban transport authority (SNTRI) led to the equipment of some 1400 buses with GSP technology.
Five of these would cover each of the districts (Nicosia, Larnaca, Limassol, Paphos, Famagusta), the sixth company would handle interurban routes.
Favorite place in Whatcom County: Any view point along Chuckanut Drive while biking the Interurban trails
They forget that at one time, in the Los Angeles area alone, there were over 1,000 miles of electrified interurban track.
The first is interurban, which is its default position.
These legendary electrically powered interurban train lines carried passengers to and from downtown Chicago from the north, west, and southwest areas of the famed Windy City.
He was a member of many organizations which include the Masons, Morningstar Lodge, Central Electric Rail Fans Associations, Shoreline Interurban Historical Society, U.
In this respect, the committee regrets that the revised White Paper, presented in June 2006, does not mention collective interurban road transport, which it claims is "seriously detrimental to the solution which involves transferring passengers from privately-owned vehicles to this mode of transport".