One good main road, macadamized throughot, encircles.
The streets are in some cases macadamized and in other cases block paved, and in still others asphalted.
Each department controls and maintains the routes dpartementales, usually good macadamized roads connecting the chief places within its limits and extending in 1903 over 9700 m.
The streets of Honolulu are wide, and are macadamized with crushed or broken lava.
A broad, tree-bordered, macadamized road, along which run electric trams, leads S.S.W.
Deir itself is a thrifty and rising town, having considerable traffic; it is singularly European in appearance, with macadamized streets and a public garden.
The Mau5, railway was opened to the foot of the serra (Raiz da Serra) in 1854, and the macadamized road up the serra to the town in 1856.
The roads throughout are, on the whole, well laid, and those connecting the principal towns macadamized.
There are good wagon roads on the islands, some of them macadamized, built of the hard blue lava rock.
In the provinces named, or in other words, in the region south of the Meuse, the roads are macadamized.
The broad macadamized streets and regular squares bordered with trees give the town an attractive appearance; and it has the advantage, a rare one in Egypt, of being surrounded on three sides by flourishing gardens.
Good bridle-tracks exist in all the larger islands, and there are some macadamized roads, principally in Viti Levu.
Nashville is situated on and between hills and bluffs in an un dulating valley; its streets are paved with brick or granite blocks in the business section and macadamized or paved with asphalt in the residential sections.
The roads maintained by the road trusts and boards of the colony extend over 7695 miles, of which 4146 were macadamized; the annual expenditure thereon is over £35,768.
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