Outer Ring Road

Outer Ring Road

Several cities include one or more outer ring roads, including:

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List Of Expressways And Highways In Malaysia - Expressways (Toll Expressways)
... Kulim Sdn Bhd (BKE) PLUS RONDA PLUSLINE In operation Butterworth Outer Ring Road (BORR) (part of Federal Route ) 14 Around Butterworth Sungai Dua - Perai ... on the East-West Link Expressway abolished Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) 4 Main tunnel Bulatan Kampung Pandan on Jalan Tun Razak (Kuala Lumpur Middle ...
Meera Bagh
500 houses and is divided into 2 blocks, A and B, situated on either side of Outer Ring Road ... Meera Bagh is a posh colony, with well-carpeted internal roads, manicured parks and sodium vapour lamps lighting the internal roads at night ... jams several times a day on both up and down carriageways of the Outer Ring Road ...
List Of Expressways And Highways In Malaysia - Other Expressways/highways Projects Under Development/planned
... Sdn Bhd West Coast Expressway Taiping - Banting West Coast Expressway (WCE) Sdn Bhd Penang Outer Ring Road (PORR) Around George Town Gurney Drive - Gelugor Peninsular Metroworks Sdn Bhd (PMW) Kuala Lumpur Outer ...
List Of Ring Roads - Asia - Thailand - Bangkok
... Ratchadaphisek Road (inner ring) Highway 9 Karnchanaphisek Road (grade-separated and controlled access) Western Outer Ring Road, Bang Pa In – Suksawad Eastern Outer Ring Road, Bang Plee – Bang Pa In ...

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