concurrently along

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  • The two routes travel east concurrently along the southern edge of the city.
  • The two highways travel concurrently along a bypass on the eastern edge of the town.
  • The two highway designations merge and run concurrently along the pair of streets.
  • The state route turns right and the two highways run concurrently along four-lane divided Broad Rock Boulevard.
  • The two highways run concurrently along four-lane divided Broad Rock Boulevard.
  • As a result, Highway 7A was rerouted concurrently along a short section of the new highway.
  • M-93 turns east, running concurrently along M-72 into town.
  • H-58 turns south to run concurrently along M-77 for about two blocks before turning back eastward.
  • M-76 turned west, merging onto M-55 to run concurrently along a two-lane highway.
  • M-20 merges in from the west at High Street to run concurrently along the business loop.
  • In town, M-66 runs concurrently along M-21 for a few blocks in the central business district.
  • There it ran concurrently along M-29 to Bay Port, connecting the two segments.
  • M-60 runs concurrently along this part of US 131 until the two highways meet the south end of the business loop through town.
  • The two routes proceed concurrently along the Penobscot River for towards Eddington.
  • The two designations run concurrently along Main Street to Pearl Street, where D-19 turns northward.
  • US 395 ran concurrently along the route from downtown San Diego to the intersection with Fairmount Avenue.
  • For the six years following, US 6 and SR 85 were run concurrently along that stretch of roadway.
  • On the west side of town, US 2 meets US 141; the two highways run concurrently along Crystal Avenue.
  • The former roadway turns east and runs concurrently along the latter one for approximately a quarter mile (0.4 km) before turning northward again, leaving town near the cemetery.
  • M-18 merges with, and runs concurrently along, M-61 eastward into town on Cedar Avenue.
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