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List Of Road Routes In Rural And Remote Western Australia - National Highways and Routes
... National Highways are designated with gold numbers on a green shield ... These are federally funded highways, which are the most direct routes between Perth and other Australian capital cities ... Black on white shields indicate National Routes that are not part of the National Highway system ...
Central Circular Route (Shuto Expressway) - Exit List
... name Destinations Notes Shinjuku-ku Nishi-shinjuku JCT Route 4 Outbound to Takaido and Chūō Expressway ... loop exit/outer loop entrance only Shinjuku-ku Naka-ochiai JCT (Planned) Planned Nerima Route outbound to Nerima and Kan-etsu Expressway ... between C2 and Kan-estu Expressway through Nerima Route ...
Agatsuma River - Transportation - Roads
... the river can be travelled by road using three National Highways National Route 353 (in the east), National Route 145 (in the middle), and National Route 144 (in the west) ...
Chitahantō Road - Interchange List
... Notes Location (all in Aichi) Ōdaka IC Nagoya Expressway Ōdaka Route National Route 23 (Meishi Highway) 0.0 Midori-ku, Nagoya Ōbu-nishi IC Isewangan Expressway (Ōbu IC) National ... Route 23 (Higashiura Nagoya Route) 10.3 Higashiura Agui IC Pref ... Route 46 (Nishio Chita Route) 14.0 Agui Agui PA ↓ Handa-bound only Handa-Chūō IC/ JCT Chitaōdan Road Pref ...
Duncan Road
... The highway is approximately 443 kilometres (275 mi) in length, is confusingly designated as National Route 80 from Nicholson to Halls Creek and snakes ... Halls Creek, and since the change of National Route 80 heading north to Timber Creek from its original alignment westwards, which has been replaced as National Route 96, National Route 80 has been ...

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