|Statement||prepared under the supervision of John Beakey, by Paul Van Scoy and James J. Walton.|
|Series||Technical report / Oregon State Highway Department -- no. 38-2., Technical report (Oregon. State Highway Dept.) -- no. 38-2.|
|Contributions||Beakey, John., Walton, James J., Oregon. State Highway Dept., United States. Bureau of Public Roads.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||86|
Preliminary Report of the Vermont State-wide Highway Planning Survey in Cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads. on Format: Hardcover. The Ohio Department of Transportation West Broad Street, Columbus Ohio No warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, reliability or suitability of this data have been made by the Ohio Department of Transportation or any other state agency. Louisiana Highway 82 (LA 82) is a state highway located in southern runs miles ( km) in a general east–west direction from the Texas state line east of Port Arthur to the Vermilion–Lafayette parish line southwest of Youngsville.. The route parallels the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico for the majority of its length. On its eastern end, LA 82 becomes a north Existed: renumbering–present. State-wide highway planning survey in cooperation with United States Bureau of Public Roads, manual of instructions for rural road inventory, , 1 binder Series 4. .
Preliminary traffic map, showing annual 24 hour average traffic, state of Wisconsin: / Catalog Record Only "Data obtained from state-wide highway planning survey." "L.F.H." Blue line print. California. Division of Highways: Highway facts developed from the California State-wide planning survey conducted by the United States Bureau of Public Roads and California Division of Highways, ([Sacramento, ]), also by United States. Bureau of . State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, , 5 volumes. Records document the efforts of the state Highway Department in cooperation with the United States Bureau of Public Roads to survey information about Oregon roads. Bureau of Public Roads: Highway facts developed from the California State-wide planning survey conducted by the United States Bureau of Public Roads and California Division of Highways, ([Sacramento, ]), also by California.
A classification of all rural roads of the country into groups of several orders of traffic importance, to be initiated by the Federal government and carried out by joint action of the Secretary of Agriculture and the several State highway departments, on the basis of information supplied by the Statewide highway planning surveys. There is no new or unproven method involved. The idea has been urged since when the first outline of the highway inventory was circulated by Public Roads for the planning surveys. The President and the Secretary of the Association sent urgent recommendations to all the States in August, , to undertake an inventory of road needs. Scale ca. , "Polyconic projection." LC copy annotated, Lancaster Township outlined in red pencil. "Data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey." AACR2: ; /1 Contributor: Indiana. State Highway Commission Date: 3 Volume III of the Preliminary Report of the ND Statewide Highway Planning Survey Box 8: 1 Basement Newsletters 2 Bridge 3 Goal Impact 4 Publications, Magazines, and Annuals 5 Mr. Bradley's Office 6 Geology and Ground Water Resources 7 Central Library 8 Accession Book