feeder road


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feeder road

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Along with the local feeder road running parallel to our garden that will put 11 traffic lanes at the end of our garden.
I parked on a small car park off the feeder road at the remote St Nicholas Church.
This infill site in densely populated eastern Jefferson Parish is bounded on the north by 32nd Avenue, on the east by Connecticut Avenue and on the south by the northern feeder road of Interstate 10.
The road where the accident happened is in a secluded spot close to an RSPCA centre, and acts as a feeder road to Speke Boulevard.
The accident happened on the two-lane feeder road from the M42 southbound on to the M5 northbound at junction 4a.
Jamboree is also a feeder road to the Four Seasons and Fashion Island.
Furthermore, if the Five Mile Lane was upgraded to at least dual carriageway standard it would provide a transport link from the west and would also serve as a much needed feeder road to our national airport.
Gypsy Lane is an upgraded dirt track, but today it the main feeder road for the new residents of Maple Park.
The traffic flow would be horrendous with only one feeder road, Norton Road, where a slight delay can stack traffic back more than a mile.
Being remote from large communities where they can sell their produce they suffer from the poor quality or non-existence of a feeder road network and often have to contend in the wet season with submerged or washed away bridges.
South Sudan's Minister of Transport Anthony Lino Makana digging ground as a demonstration labor-based road building methods on the Yambio-Sakure feeder road in Western Equatoria, Nov.
Some parents wishing to deposit their children at the new junior school will have to cross Queen Elizabeth Way, a main feeder road into Ingleby Barwick, to walk or ferry their children to and from school.