Lane Arterial Road

Some articles on arterial, road, lane arterial road:

List Of Unused Highways In New York - Capital District
... The cancellation of the South Mall Arterial (U.S ... cancelled freeway, the Mid-Crosstown Arterial ... The Mid-Crosstown Arterial was to run from I-787 to I-90 ...
Arterial Tree
... In anatomy, arterial tree is used to refer to all arteries and/or the branching pattern of the arteries ... This article regards the human arterial tree ...
Arterial Stiffness
... Arterial stiffness occurs as a consequence of age and arteriosclerosis ... occurs when the elastic fibres within the arterial wall (elastin) begin to fray due to mechanical stress ... Increased arterial stiffness is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events ...
Warrigal Road
... Warrigal Road is a major inner urban road in southeastern Melbourne, Australia ... length, and also contains Route Number 14 between Kingston Road, Heatherton and South Road, Moorabbin East ... Warrigal Road begins at a t-intersection with no traffic lights at Beach Road, Parkdale, with the road being a dual-lane arterial road and the speed limit at 60 km/h ...
Palmerston–Little Italy - Character
... The major streets are Bloor Street to the north, running east-west, a four-lane arterial road commercial in nature ... To the east is Bathurst Street, running north-south, another four-lane arterial road with mostly residences along both sides ... Running east-west is Harbord Street, a four-lane arterial road with a mix of residences and commercial storefronts and restaurants ...

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