controlled-access highway

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German Motorway (Reichsautobahn) 1943

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controlled-access highway (plural controlled-access highways)

  1. A large road on which cross traffic has been replaced by bridges, underpasses and ramps, in order to improve speed, safety, throughput, fuel consumption and ease of driving.

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