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Soroti–Amuria–Abim–Kotido Road

Soroti–Amuria–Abim–Kotido Road is a road in the Eastern and Northern Regions of Uganda. The road connects the towns of Soroti in Soroti District, to Amuria in Amuria District, Abim in Abim District, and Kotido, in Kotido District. Soroti and Amur ...

                                               

Soroti–Dokolo–Lira Road

The Soroti–Dokolo–Lira Road is a road in Uganda, connecting the towns of Soroti in Soroti District, Dokolo in Dokolo District, and Lira in Lira District.

                                               

Soroti–Katakwi–Moroto–Lokitanyala Road

Soroti–Katakwi–Moroto–Lokitanyala Road is a road in the Eastern and Northern regions of Uganda. The road connects the towns of Soroti, the largest town in Teso sub-region, to Katakwi, the district headquarters of Katakwi District and to Moroto, t ...

                                               

Tirinyi–Pallisa–Kamonkoli–Kumi Road

The Tirinyi–Pallisa–Kamonkoli–Kumi Road is a road in the Eastern Region of Uganda, connecting the towns of Tirinyi in Kibuku District, Pallisa in Pallisa District, Kamonkoli in Budaka District, and Kumi in Kumi District.

                                               

Tororo–Mbale–Soroti Road

Tororo–Mbale–Soroti Road is a road in Eastern Uganda, connecting the towns of Tororo in Tororo District to Mbale in Mbale District and Soroti in Soroti District.

                                               

Vurra–Arua–Koboko–Oraba Road

Vurra–Arua–Koboko–Oraba Road is a road in the Northern Region of Uganda, connecting the towns of Vurra at the International border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo with the towns of Arua, Koboko, and Oraba at the International border wit ...

                                               

Ziroobwe–Wobulenzi Road

The road starts at Ziroobwe, approximately 48 kilometres 30 mi, north of Kampala, Ugandas capital and largest city. The road goes in a general westward direction through Bamunanika to end at Wobulenzi, on the Kampala–Gulu Highway, a total distanc ...

                                               

Sheikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi Street

Sheikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi Street is an Inter city road in the emirates of sharjah. The road Number is known as S111 which starts from S124 which is known as Sheik zayed Street at the second exit of Sheik humaid bin saqr al qassimi Squ ...

                                               

Roads in the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom has a network of roads, of varied quality and capacity, totalling about 262.300 miles. Road distances are shown in miles or yards and UK speed limits are indicated in miles per hour or by the use of the national speed limit sym ...

                                               

Great Britain road numbering scheme

The Great Britain road numbering scheme is a numbering scheme used to classify and identify all roads in Great Britain. Each road is given a single letter, which represents the roads category, and a subsequent number, of 1 to 4 digits. Introduced ...

                                               

Special road

A special road is the official classification of motorways in the United Kingdom. For a road to become a special road, it must have a Statutory Instrument sanctioned under the Highways Act 1980. A road which is not a special road is termed an all ...

                                               

Motorways in the United Kingdom

                                               

U.S. Highway association

U.S. Highway associations were organizations to promote business and tourism along specific highways. The earliest ones also worked on interconnecting various state highways to create longer, multi-state highways. Since 1990, new associations hav ...

                                               

Roads in the United States by state

                                               

Roads in Puerto Rico

                                               

National Routes of Uruguay

The National Routes of Uruguay are the most important transport routes in the country, linking all locations. It has a network of 8.698 km of which 303 km are with concrete, asphalt 3.164 km, 4.220 km bituminous and 1.009 km rough.

                                               

Caracas-La Guaira highway

The Caracas–La Guaira highway is a highway that connects Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, to its principal port city of La Guaira, capital of the Vargas state. It was designed as an alternative to the old highway linking Caracas with La Guaira, ...

                                               

Expressways of Vietnam

The Expressway network of Vietnam is a recent addition to the transport network of Vietnam. The first expressways were opened in the mid-2000s, by 2020, the expressway network is expected to stretch 1.276 kilometres and plans are for over 7.000 k ...

                                               

Hà Noi Highway

The Hanoi Highway, formerly known as Highway Bien Hoa, was constructed between July 1957 and April 1961. The road was funded by American economic aid as a part of a massive nation building effort conducted over the course of the Vietnam War. The ...

                                               

National routes in Vietnam

                                               

Toll roads in Vietnam

                                               

M3 Road (Zambia)

The M3 Road is a road in northern Zambia that connects Kasama in the Northern Province with the Congo Pedicle via Mansa and Chembe. The south-western section of the M3 Road is the 1st section of a shortcut that exists between the Luapula and Copp ...

                                               

M8 Road (Zambia)

The M8 Road is a road in the North-Western Province of Zambia. It connects Mutanda in Solwezi District with Zambezi Town via Mufumbwe, Manyinga & Kabompo.

                                               

M10 Road (Zambia)

The M10 Road is a Road in Zambia. It goes from Livingstone, through Sesheke, to Mongu. The Road is approximately 508 kilometres and follows the Zambezi River for its entire length. The M10 between Livingstone and Kazungula where there is a narrow ...

                                               

A2 road (Zimbabwe)

The A2 Highway is a primary road in Zimbabwe running from Harare to Nyamapanda at the border with Mozambique. The Mozambican side border post is called Cochemane. This is a busy entry point used by people travelling by road between South Africa, ...

                                               

A4 road (Zimbabwe)

The A4 is a highway, also known as the R1 Highway runs between Beitbridge and Harare. From Beitbridge it passes through Rutenga, Ngundu, Masvingo, Mvuma, Chivhu before reaching Harare. As a national road it is known as the A4 Highway and as a reg ...

                                               

A5 road (Zimbabwe)

The A5 Highway is a national road in Zimbabwe. It joins the cities of Harare and Bulawayo, and is hence known as the Harare-Bulawayo Highway or Harare-Bulawayo Road. It has a total length of approximately 439 kilometres 273 mi. In Harare the High ...

                                               

A7 road (Zimbabwe)

A7 Road The A7 Road picks up from Botswanas A1 Road at Plumtree border post and runs eastwards for 110 km to Bulawayo. Driving from Bulawayo to South Africa via Botswana the A7 Road crosses the border into Botswana joining the A1 highway Botswana ...

                                               

A8 road (Zimbabwe)

The A8 Highway is a paved primary trunk road in Zimbabwe running from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls. It is managed by the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration.

                                               

A9 road (Zimbabwe)

A9 Road is a national highways running from Mutare to Mbalabala. The road begins in Mutare 18°59′01″S 32°39′36″E and runs south-west through Nyanyadzi, Birchenough Bridge, Masvingo, Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi and ends at Mbalabala where it joi ...

                                               

A10 road (Zimbabwe)

The A10 Highway is a primary road that runs from Ngundu in south Masvingo Province to Tanganda through the Mutare-Masvingo Highway in Manicaland Province.

                                               

A11 road (Zimbabwe)

A11 Highway is a national road in Zimbabwe running from Harare to Bindura through to Mount Darwin. It is also the P1 Road, Zimbabwe primary road number 1.

                                               

A12 road (Zimbabwe)

The original length of the A12 was 105 km 145 km from Harare because it ended in Centenary. 16°43′22″S 31°06′53″E Nowadays the highway extends past its former destination to Muzarabani down the Zambezi escapement, another 100 plus kilometres to M ...

                                               

A13 road (Zimbabwe)

A13 Highway is a buzy road in Zimbabwe running from Enterprise Road, Harare to Shamva, Madziwa Mine and through to Gora Turn-off on the A11 Highway towards Wimbo Shrine, Mt Darwin.

                                               

A18 road (Zimbabwe)

A18 Road is a national road running from Gweru to Zvishavane/A9 Highway junction in central Zimbabwe. It begins in Gweru at the roundabout where 7th Street ends. 19°27′34″S 29°49′27″E and ends at the intersection with A9/P7 Highway just after Zvi ...

                                               

Chirundu-Beitbridge Regional Road Corridor

Chirundu-Beitbridge Road Corridor is a Trans-African Highway Network Zimbabwean link between South Africa and Zambia. It is also part of the North–South Corridor Project and the Cape to Cairo Road. The North-South Multimodal Transport Corridor is ...

                                               

Kwekwe-Gokwe Highway

Kwekwe-Gokwe Highway or the R84-7 Highway is an all-weather bitumen macadam highway in Zimbabwe running from Kwekwe to Gokwe passing through Zhombe. as a trunk road it is officially the P11 Highway It is 141 kilometres 88 mi from Kwekwe to Gokwe ...

                                               

P12 road (Zimbabwe)

The M15 Makuti-Kariba Highway is a 2-way asphalt surface international highway from the A1 Highway at Makuti to Zambia via the Kariba Dam Wall. The maximum speed on this road is 120 kilometres per hour. It is also a primary road P12 Highway and p ...

                                               

Plumtree-Bulawayo- Harare-Mutare Highway

The Plumtree-Bulawayo-Harare-Mutare Highway is a cross country international standard highway in Zimbabwe. It is the most convenient route for transit motorists travelling between Machipanda Border Post Mozambique and Plumtree Border Post Botswana.

                                               

R2 road (Zimbabwe)

R2 Road is an international road in Zimbabwe from the Capital Harare to Plumtree border post. It is a combination of the A5 Highway which is the Harare-Bulawayo Highway and the A7 Highway which is the Bulawayo-Plumtree Highway. For the purpose of ...

                                               

R3 road (Zimbabwe)

Together with the R1 Highway which runs from Harare to Beitbridge, the R3 Highway is part of the North-South Corridor which is the Cape to Cairo Road. Chirundu to Beitbridge is 897 kilometres 557 miles. The Trans-African Highway 4, alias the Cair ...

                                               

R5 road (Zimbabwe)

In Harare the A3 Highway starts as Samora Machel Avenue east, 17°50′37″S 31°07′57″E while the A5 Highway that runs from Harare to Bulawayo also begins as Samora Machel Avenue west. Those in and around Harare like to call it Mutare Road, while tho ...

                                               

R6 road (Zimbabwe)

The R6 begins in Chivhu at the junction with the R1 Highway which runs from Harare to Masvingo. 19°01′11″S 30°53′51″E It ends in Nyazura at the junction with A3 Harare-Mutare Highway. 18°42′46″S 32°10′22″E It is also known as Buhere Road because ...

                                               

R7 road (Zimbabwe)

R7 Highway is a primary, paved, regional road corridor in central Zimbabwe virtue of linking the regional corridors R1 Highways that runs from Harare to Beitbridge via Masvingo, and R2 Highway that runs from Harare to Plumtree via Bulawayo.

                                               

Hatirjheel

Hatirjheel is a lakefront in Dhaka, Bangladesh that has been transformed into a transportation medium for minimizing traffic congestion. The area was constructed under Bangladesh Army and the Special Works Organization. It is now a popular recrea ...

                                               

Shifeng Bridge

Shifeng Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge on Beijings western 5th Ring Road. It is near Wanping, near the Marco Polo Bridge. Nearly 1.4 kilometres in length, it is a trademark bridge of the 5th Ring Road. Under the bridge runs many railways to othe ...

                                               

Sihe Bridge

Sihe Bridge is a bridge in Beijing. It sits on the southern stretch of the 4th Ring Road. Before the 4th Ring Road signpost change in September 2004, it was named Huaxiang Bridge as it was close to the locality of Huaxiang, which literally means ...

                                               

Yangmingtan Bridge

A part of the newly inaugurated 15-kilometre-long 9.3 mi bridge spanning the Songhua River collapsed on August 24, 2012 at 5 am killing 3 people and injuring 2 others. Problems seem to have occurred with the weight of trucks using the bridge. The ...

                                               

Road bridges in Akershus

                                               

Road bridges in Hordaland

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