What is a limited access highway?

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Ronald Johnson
Ronald JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Feb 20, 2023

A limited access highway is a road or freeway that has been designed for high-speed traffic and has few or no entrances or exits. These roads are typically multi-lane, with a median or divider in the middle to prevent head-on collisions. They are often used for long-distance travel, as they allow drivers to bypass towns and cities.

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