Motorways sentence example

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  • Look deeper, think laterally, pursue the interesting byroads as well as the motorways.

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  • The location of Motorway Service Areas (MSA) is therefore potentially crucial in combating driver sleepiness on motorways.

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  • The Danish motorways have lots of lovely picnic areas, which take the drudgery out of driving.

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  • M1 junction 42 and M62 junction 29, the crossing point of two of the country's busiest motorways.

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  • Bypassing one of Europe's most congested motorways - where does the M6 toll run?

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  • The new scheme is promoted as being an alternative to widening motorways in a bid to ease congestion and manage traffic incidents.

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  • Access to the M11 and M25 motorways is just a short drive.

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  • Modern four-lane motorways connect Vilnius with Klaipeda, Kaunas and Panevezys.

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  • Monitoring efforts on toll motorways have been pushed for similar reasons.

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  • Second, they are also raising the specter of some of our motorways becoming grotesque American-style superhighways up to 12 lanes wide.

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  • Microwave technology can now toll motorways at high speed, without the need for toll plazas.

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  • These were 66% of the traffic on motorways in 2001 which gives a 6% reduction of total motorway emissions of CO 2.

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  • No motorways then and a cruising speed of 45mph and every human joint seized solid by the end of the journey.

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