concurrently east

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  • East of that junction, the two highways run concurrently east-west.
  • SR 156 Business and SR 10 run concurrently east out of the industrial area.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west just over a mile south of the city.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west less than a mile north of the city.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west a mile south of the city.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west through the far northern part of the township.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west through the central part of the township.
  • Route 32A runs concurrently east with Route 122 to its northern terminus at Route 32.
  • The highway crosses over the Kyle Railroad before intersecting US-36, with which the state highway runs concurrently east.
  • The two highways run concurrently east from the freeway along Birch Run Road, crossing Dixie Highway.
  • The three highways run concurrently east until US 33 splits southeast as Jefferson Highway toward Richmond.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west roughly one mile north of Victoria.
  • The two highways run concurrently east to Owens, where SR 218 turns south as Windsor Drive.
  • US 22 and US 40 run concurrently east of Zanesville to Cambridge in neighboring Guernsey County, where they split.
  • The two highways run concurrently east to Mallory Street, onto which SR 169 turns south toward the Phoebus neighborhood of Hampton.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west north of the city, intersecting K-232 which runs north-south along the eastern edge of the city.
  • Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40 run concurrently east-west immediately north of Abilene, intersecting highway K-15, which runs north-south through the city.
  • The U.S. and state highways run concurrently east to Church Hill, where US 11W passes under the rail line and SR 346 splits north as that town's Main Street.
  • Walker Avenue, a paved county road, runs north-south through Walker, intersecting Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 40, which run concurrently east-west, immediately south of town.
  • The two U.S. Highways run concurrently east-northeast as Lee Highway toward Arlington; that highway is also known as Fairfax Boulevard, which was the original bypass of Fairfax.
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