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  • Roads in the Isle of Man — range in size and quality, from narrow country roads to larger roads, and a small stretch of dual carriageway. Over 500 miles of road are named using a similar numbering scheme to that used in the numbering of roads in Great Britain and Northern… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads Inspector — Roads Inspectors in Jersey.The Parish Assembly elects two Roads Inspectors for each Vingtaine [or Cueillette in St Ouen] for a three year term of office in accordance with the Loi (1914) sur la Voirie. Roads Inspectors are responsible for the… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in Namibia — link most areas of the country, although most are gravelled rather than tarred. Major roads are denoted national routes and numbered, with a prefix B :*B1 road: (Angola) Ondangwa Tsumeb Otavi Otjiwarongo Okahandja Windhoek Reheboth Mariental… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in China — may refer to: *Expressways of China *China National Highways …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in Ireland — Ireland, both north and south of the border, has an extensive network of roads. Northern Ireland has had motorways since 1962, and has well developed primary routes. With the advent of the Celtic Tiger and European Union funding, most national… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in the United Kingdom — The A2 at Leyton Cross, Dartford. Roads in the United Kingdom form a network of varied quality and capacity. Road distances are shown in miles or yards and UK speed limits are in miles per hour (mph) or use of the national speed limit (NSL)… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in Romania — Romania s Road Network Transport in Romania Roads Automobiles Railways Metro Civil Aviation …   Wikipedia

  • Roads and expressways in Poland — Poland has a poorly developed infrastructure of roads and expressways by Western European standards. There are very few main expressways ( autostrady , singular autostrada ), some express roads with lower speed limits than motorways but with many …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in Saskatchewan — Saskatchewan, the middle of Canada s three prairie provinces, has an area of 588,276.09 square kilometres (227,134.67 sq mi) and population of 990,212 (according to 2007 estimates), mostly living in the southern half of the province.Currently… …   Wikipedia

  • Roads and Traffic Authority — Not to be confused with Road Traffic Authority. Roads and Traffic Authority Statutory authority overview Formed January 1989 (1989 01) Preceding agencies …   Wikipedia

  • Roads in Israel — Israel has an advanced network of roads which criss cross the country. Roads have been managed by the National Roads Authority of Israel since 2003 when they took over this responsibility from the Public Works Department (PWD). Road development… …   Wikipedia

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