Difference between revisions of "Trans-Canada Highway"

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The Transcanadian Highway is the main East-West connection road within Canada. It is managed by the Provinces and the Federal, and runs through all the provincial capitals cities of the country. Although, the highway network system is managed by the provinces and the road is having a very different design depending of the province crossed.
 
The Transcanadian Highway is the main East-West connection road within Canada. It is managed by the Provinces and the Federal, and runs through all the provincial capitals cities of the country. Although, the highway network system is managed by the provinces and the road is having a very different design depending of the province crossed.
  
More information can be found at the wikipedia article: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Canada_Highway TransCanada]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Canada_Highway TransCanada] at Wikipedia
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Revision as of 02:16, 9 July 2007

The Transcanadian Highway is the main East-West connection road within Canada. It is managed by the Provinces and the Federal, and runs through all the provincial capitals cities of the country. Although, the highway network system is managed by the provinces and the road is having a very different design depending of the province crossed.

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