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Appendix A: Road Type Definitions (Task 1)
Pages 137-138

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... Additionally, Minor Arterials in rural areas are typically designed to provide relatively high overall travel speeds, with minimum interference to through movement. The spacing of Minor Arterial streets may typically vary from 1/8- to 1/2-mile in the central business district and 2 to 3 miles in the suburban fringes.
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... Overall, the total mileage of Major Collectors is typically lower than the total mileage of minor collectors, while the total collector mileage is typically onethird of the Local roadway network. • Local Roads: Locally classified roads account for the largest percentage of all roadways in terms of mileage.

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