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limited access highway

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ex•press•way

(ɪkˈsprɛsˌweɪ)

n.
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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Based on their research, he pointed out Republic Act (RA) 2000, or the Limited Access Highway Act, which mandates the regulation of limited access facilities under the then-Department of Public Works and Communication, now the Department of Public Works and Highways.
In 2016, the New Hampshire Legislature designated four stretches of state-owned limited access highway as "energy infrastructure corridors," where pipelines and conduits could be placed underground within the rights-of-way.
We've all seen or been part of multi-vehicle accidents, usually on a limited access highway in rush hour.