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General location of national system of interstate highways

including all additional routes at urban areas designated in September, 1955.

by United States. Bureau of Public Roads.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Printing Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roads -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Other titlesNational system of interstate highways.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE355.A3 A515 1955a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. of maps.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14336231M
    LC Control Number55063360

    8/ FY payment to the Highway Trust Fund comprised of $ billion to the Highway Account and $ billion to the Mass Transit Account. 1/ FY and FY include FHWA General Operating Expenses (GOE) and transfers to the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) for administrative. batch of contracts to general contractors, including AGC firms, to build the interstate highway system. AGC reaches the 5, member mark. The federal government removes all wartime construction restrictions, allowing AGC members to build freely for the first time in six years. AGC creates the H. B. Alexander Award for the.

    A Georgia native, General Lucius D. Clay of Marietta, is credited with being the principal architect of the system. In President Eisenhower appointed Clay, who had managed the Berlin Airlift and presided over the rebuilding of Germany after World War II (), to chair a committee charged with mapping out a national interstate highway. He signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act of , also called the National Interstate and Defense Highway Act, into law on J The bill allotted $25 billion toward construction, which was to miles to the US Interstate Highway System over a 13 year period.

      In , the red, white, and blue shield symbol for the interstates' numbering system was developed. Two-digit interstate highways are numbered according to direction and location. Highways running north-south are odd-numbered, while highways running east-west are even-numbered. The lowest numbers are in the west and in the south. § Agreements relating to use of and access to rights-of-way-Interstate System (a) In General.-All agreements between the Secretary and the State transportation department for the construction of projects on the Interstate System shall contain a clause providing that the State will not add any points of access to, or exit from, the project in addition to those approved by the Secretary in.


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