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New Jersey Route 85 - Route Description
... New Jersey Department of Transportation in 1972, the Route 85 Freeway would have begun at an interchange with Interstate 78 (the Newark Bay Extension and the Holland Tunnel Approach) in the ... The route would head northward as an eight-lane freeway, changing to ten-lanes at Sip Avenue ... The ten lanes would be in an express-local format, with two local lanes serving interchanges and three express lanes for faster approaches ...
U.S. Route 202 In Delaware - Route Description
... heads north-northwest concurrent with DE 141 on four-lane divided Basin Road, passing between New Castle Airport to the west and residential neighborhoods to the east ... the median of US 202/DE 141 widens as the road intersects Airport Road and becomes a freeway ... splits from DE 141 and heads to the east along I-95, an eight-lane freeway with a wide median ...
Interstate 564 - Route Description
... Admiral Taussig Boulevard becomes a four-lane freeway this point is also the eastern terminus of SR 337 ... The boulevard continues west as a four-lane divided highway to its intersection with Hampton Boulevard at naval station gates 1 and 2, where SR 337 ... The ramps to and from the interchange join the Interstate to form a six-lane freeway ...
Two-lane Expressway - List of Two-lane Freeways - Australia
... In Melbourne, Victoria the Mornington Peninsula Freeway, is a two-lane freeway between the interchange with Jetty Road and the interchange with Boneo Road at 90 km/h ... In Brisbane, Queensland the Cunningham Highway, is a two-lane freeway between Warwick Road and Ripley Road, After Ripley Road the Cunningham Highway is grade separated until it meets the Ipswich ... the Kingston Bypass has been constructed as a Two-Lane expressway, with provision for Dual carriageway in the future when needed ...

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