Federal Highways and Federal Routes can be found in:
- Australia, National Highway 23 a short highway in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory is called the Federal Highway .
- Austria and Germany, where Federal Highways are called Bundesstraßen.
- Malaysia, where there is a Federal Highway and many Federal routes.
- Mexico: Mexican Federal Highway
- United States: Generally, United States Numbered Highways are also incorrectly known as "federal highways", and more specifically, parts of U.S. Route 1 in Florida are called Federal Highway for this reason.
- Russian federal highways
- Federal Highway, Malaysia The main transportation artery of Kuala Lumpur from Klang Valley.
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... started a project to turn a southern section of the ring into a two-story highway ... The ring has a gap it starts at the Federal Highway 44, circles around the city as a 3+3 lane highway, becomes a 2+2 lane road in the Tonalá municipality, and ends abruptly in the ... to San Isidro Mazatepec, which goes from Federal Highway 15 to the nearby town of Tala ...
... The most dramatic portion of the Samalayuca dune fields lie east and west of Mexican Federal Highway 45 and the parallel Mexican Railway in an area 30 to 60 miles south of Juarez ... This major north south highway and railroad, between Ciudad Juarez and the city of Chihuahua crosses through this dune area, and low dunes are visible for many kilometers on each ... the village of Samalayuca may be seen in the distance from Federal Highway 45 ...
Famous quotes containing the words highway and/or federal:
“The improved American highway system ... isolated the American-in-transit. On his speedway ... he had no contact with the towns which he by-passed. If he stopped for food or gas, he was served no local fare or local fuel, but had one of Howard Johnsons nationally branded ice cream flavors, and so many gallons of Exxon. This vast ocean of superhighways was nearly as free of culture as the sea traversed by the Mayflower Pilgrims.”
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