Arterial highway definition

Arterial highway means a general term denoting a highway primarily for through traffic, usually on a continuous route.
Arterial highway means a highway providing long-distance connections as approved by the Federal Highway Administration pursuant to 23 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 470.105(b)(1999).[PL 1999, c. 676, §1 (NEW).]
Arterial highway means any highway that has been designated as an arterial highway under the provisions of the Roads Act Highway Access Regulations;

Examples of Arterial highway in a sentence

  • The Expressways in conjunction with the Continuous Major Arterials be spaced so that all developed areas of the State are within a reasonable distance of an Expressway or Arterial highway.

  • Arterial - Arterial streets interconnect and support the Principal Arterial highway system.

  • Vote: Ayes: Richards, Fetter, Osborne, Stover Nays:President Stover declared the motion carried Certificated Personnel Res.

  • A divided Principal or Primary Arterial highway with full or partial control of access and with or without grade separated intersections.

  • To an institutional lender pursuant to a mortgage or upon foreclosure of a mortgage.


More Definitions of Arterial highway

Arterial highway means a highway primarily for through traffic, usually on a continuous route.
Arterial highway means a public area designated as an arterial highway under the
Arterial highway means a general term denoting a highway primarily for through
Arterial highway means a highway where the primary use is to provide connection from collector highways to other collector highways with limited access from local highways.
Arterial highway means every public highway, or portion thereof, designated as such by proper authority. [1961 c 12 § 46.04.030. Prior: 1959 c 49 § 4; prior: 1937 c 189 § 1, part; RRS § 6360-1, part.]
Arterial highway means a highway classified as such pursuant to the Highway Act,
Arterial highway means a state highway designated by agreement between the commission and