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Noun1.arterial road - a major or main routearterial road - a major or main route    
highway, main road - a major road for any form of motor transport
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Among his tactics, he blocked the arterial highway between Beirut and south Lebanon in 2012, alienating the people of Sidon and sparking armed clashes between his supporters and detractors, especially the Popular Nasserite Organization.
Motorists are expected to experience major improvement while driving on the arterial highway following the opening of the dual-carriageway with four lanes in each direction from Shehaniya Interchange to Al Rayyan Stadium Roundabout.
9 ( ANI ): Incessant snowfall has frozen life in Kashmir, prolonged power cuts and jamming of the arterial highway resulting in scanty supplies in the valley.
Practice specializes in Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery & offers comfortable & friendly service, all performed by thoroughly trained & highly experienced staff, provider of all oral surgery needs & located on major commercial arterial highway.
Construction of a school with Orthodoxy teaching elements will be launched on the southern arterial highway in Bishkek in 2012, said Vice-Mayor of Bishkek Vyacheslav Krasienko at a meeting with journalists on April 11.
MANAMA: Three Bahrain workers were crushed to death in a horrific accident on a busy arterial highway yesterday.
Our next focus is to build strategic road networks parallel to King Faisal Highway to ease traffic from the busiest arterial highway in Bahrain.
The New London Shopping Center is located along Interstate 95, the most heavily travelled arterial highway in the Northeast.
The Costanera Norte is a US$600 million east-west arterial highway that dips into a four-kilometer tunnel beneath a river and the city's center, an engineering achievement.
The Des Moines Area Metropolitan Planning Organization plans to use ITS Technology to mitigate the effects of a five-year construction project on its main arterial highway, I-235.
The PR-52 north to south arterial highway linking San Juan with Ponce, which includes five toll plazas, and PR-53 linking the south and east coasts of the island, with three toll plazas, were part of phase I of the project and were the first to transition.

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