four-lane


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Adj.1.four-lane - having two lanes for traffic in each direction
multilane - (of roads and highways) having two or more lanes for traffic
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The government has approved the construction of a four-lane flyover in Bhara Kahu, where commuters regularly face traffic congestion.
Contract Package 1 involves the construction of a four-lane expressway, spanning 4.1 kilometers, with the provision of an underpass bridge and two farm passages.
From a two-lane bridge, Taguibo Bridge on Surigao-Agusan Section of Daang Maharlika in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, was constructed to be a four-lane bridge.
Through the project, a four-lane expressway will be developed from Ngabi Rongchu in the South to Dechencholing in North Thimphu and the two-lane of the road will be particularly designated for buses, which will help in reaching their designation on time and reduce traffic congestion.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 14 (ANI): The construction work on the 4.19 kilometres long four-lane highway connecting the zero point of the Kartarpur corridor to Gurdaspur-Amritsar Highway will be completed by September 30, while that on the Passenger Terminal Complex at Dera Baba Nanak will be completed by October 31, Ministry of Home Affairs said on Sunday.
'The prime minister will open the four-lane bridge through a videoconference from her official Ganabhaban residence here in the morning tomorrow," Prime Minister's Office sources said.
The four-lane expressway is divided into three sections, with total project cost of P24.42 billion.
The upgraded 11-km Mesaieed Road has been converted from a two to four-lane in each direction highway, which now accommodates about 8,000 vehicles per hour in each direction.
"Our charge will be to study the feasibility and possible cost of building a four-lane highway from Carbondale to St.
The four-lane Lahore-Sialkot Motorway has been divided in four sections on Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis and the construction work on all sections was briskly underway.
In the first phase, a four-lane corridor will be constructed from Indian Gurdaspur to the Pakistan border while in the second phase, a four-lane corridor would link Amritsar to Gurdaspur.