Road Widening Project

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Louisiana Department Of Transportation And Development - Roadways - Current Projects
... Louisiana Highway 1 - LA 1 has several projects including the construction of a 16-mile (26 km) elevated section to improve truck traffic flow and ... Perkins Road Widening Project - The Perkins Road Widening project Perkins Road Widening Project] is 3 miles (4.8 km) in length, from Essen to Siegen Lane ... Currently, this section of Perkins Road serves nearly 25,000 vehicles per day ...
National Highway 205 (India) - Road Widening
... Road widening Project status (June 2010) NHAI sources confirmed the awarding of Thiruninravur - Thiruttani - Tirupati (city) section, a 127 km stretch of NH-205 to be Four Laned to ... Karunanidhi to stop the road-widening project which would have benefited millions of residents in Padi, Ambattur, Thirumullaivoyal, Avadi, Pattabiram ... with Government of Tamil Nadu and the road widening project in the 22 km stretch is officially DEAD ...
Hampton Roads Transportation Authority - Projects
... The enabling legislation as adopted in 2007 prioritizes the transportation projects that will be undertaken by the HRTA to include First Phase Projects Route 460 Upgrade I-64 Widening on the Peninsula I-64 Widening. 17 I-664 Widening in Newport News and Southside including Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel Second Phase Projects I-564 from I-64 to the Intermodal Connector I-564 Connector to Monitor-Merrimac Memorial ...
Mitchell Freeway - Future Works - Widening
... The State Government committed $30m for the widening of Mitchell Freeway northbound between Hepburn Avenue and Hodges Drive, from two to three lanes, in its 2011/12 budget ... As part of the project, the overpasses at Powis Street, Vincent Street and Scarborough Beach Road will be widened, and an entrance ramp from Loftus ... The project is scheduled to start in January 2013, with completion expected to be in December 2013 ...

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