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limited access highway



a highway for high-speed traffic with few if any intersections and a divider between lanes for traffic moving in opposite directions.
[1940–45; Amer.]
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8-mile limited-access road designed to move traffic now bottled up on Highway 126 to Highway 99 at West Fifth and West Seventh avenues.
The plan calls for a four-lane limited-access road, with a two-lane bypass around North Vernon, that will enable Jennings County to compete for manufacturers that depend upon just-in-time delivery to remain competitive.
An east/west limited-access road through west Eugene has been planned since the 1950s.

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