limited-access highway

limited-access highway

[′lim·əd·əd ¦ak·ses ′hī‚wā]
(civil engineering)
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The debt was issued to fund the development of an approximately 16-mile, four-lane, divided, untolled, limited-access highway, to be designated State Route 823, around the City of Portsmouth in Scioto County, Ohio, bypassing approximately 26 miles of US 52 and US 23.
19 after the department initiated a traffic stop on Interstate 80 (I-80), which is a transcontinental limited-access highway running from downtown San Francisco to Teaneck, New Jersey, in the New York City Metropolitan Area. 
But other residents say the limited-access highway would alleviate increasing traffic congestion in west Eugene.
When the 18-wheeler overturned it was exiting northbound Veterans Expressway, a limited-access highway, onto Independence Parkway, a local street used heavily during rush hour.
Proximity to the right-of-way of a commuter rail line, a freight rail line, and a limited-access highway are dichotomous measures of accessibility equal to one if the tract is within one-half mile of each of these facilities (and zero otherwise).
The E 470 Toll Road is a 47-mile, limited-access highway generally running along the eastern perimeter of the Denver metropolitan area, operating as a toll highway and extending state highway C 470 from a location intersecting I 25, south of the Denver Tech Center ("I 25 South"), running east and north through the Member Governments of Adams County, Arapahoe County, Douglas County, the Cities of Aurora, Brighton, Commerce City and Thornton, and the Town of Parker, passing along the western edge of DIA and intersecting I 25 North of Denver ("I 25 North").
The corridor will be built on a completely new alignment as a limited-access highway, nearly 11 miles (18 kilometers) long, to connect 1-90 with points north of Spokane.
Patel said the Foxwoods project triggered a MEPA review because it exceeded six thresholds set by regulation: direct alteration of 50 or more acres; creation of 10 or more acres of impervious area; new discharge to a sewage system of 100,000 gallons per day of sewage; a new interchange on a limited-access highway; generation of 3,000 or more additional trips per day on roadways; and construction of 1,000 or more new parking spaces.
* The Ohio Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to the Dublin, Ohio, office of Parsons Brinkerhoff (PB), New York City, to design a new segment of US-24, a limited-access highway. The $72 million project involves design of a new 4-lane freeway segment for a 10-mile stretch between US-127 in Paulding County to SR-424 in Defiance County.
Most of the explanatory variables used in the analysis are measures of accessibility: access to a commuter rail line (RRCOM1 and RRCOM2), access to a freight rail line (RRFR1 and RRFR2), location near a limited-access highway (INT), distance from downtown Chicago (DCHI), and distance from the nearest interchange on a limited-access highway (DINT).

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