Lane Boulevard

Some articles on boulevard, lanes, lane, lane boulevard:

Don Valley Parkway - Route Description - South of The Forks
... a multiple-level interchange with the ground-level Lake Shore Boulevard and the elevated Gardiner Expressway directly above the boulevard ... To travel east from the southbound lanes of the parkway, motorists must exit via the off-ramp to Lake Shore Boulevard, which meets the Lake Shore at a signalized intersection ... by that distance for the Gardiner – Don Valley two-lane ramps bridge the difference in height from ground-level under the viaduct with the height of the Gardiner ...
Wisconsin Highway 145
... Menomonee Falls, the road expands into a four-lane boulevard for just over one mile (1.6 km), straddling the Waukesha and Milwaukee County line before ... It is a four-lane boulevard until Burleigh Street, at which point it becomes a four-lane urban arterial ... It becomes a four-lane boulevard again at 20th Street until its intersection with Sixth Street ...
New York State Route 110 - Route Description
... through downtown Amityville as a two-lane village street ... Expanding to four lanes, the route intersects at-grade with County Route 12 (CR 12 Oak Street) before crossing under the Babylon Branch of the Long ... NY 110 continues into North Amityville, becoming a four-lane boulevard through the center of the hamlet ...
County Route 46 (Suffolk County, New York) - Route Description
... After crossing onto the mainland, CR 46 becomes a divided four-lane boulevard with a wide grass median past several bayside residential communities ... crossing into the community of Shirley near Coraci Boulevard ... Expanding to eight lanes, CR 46 crosses a junction with the Montauk Highway (CR 80) ...

Famous quotes containing the words boulevard and/or lane:

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    Bob Hilliard (1928–1971)

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