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la 108の例文

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  • The original western terminus of LA 108 was located at the intersection of US 90 and Center Street in Vinton.
  • LA 108 is an undivided, two-lane highway from its western terminus in Vinton to LA 1256 north of Carlyss.
  • LA 108 was created with the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering, and its route has remained unchanged to the present day except for a small truncation on the western end.
  • LA 108 proceeded east on Center Street then turned south onto Gum Cove Road where it met the present western terminus at what is now the I-10 interchange.
  • I-10 was opened parallel to US 90 through Vinton in September 1965, and the portion of LA 108 between the two highways was deleted from the state highway system around 1982, removing LA 108 from downtown Vinton.
  • I-10 was opened parallel to US 90 through Vinton in September 1965, and the portion of LA 108 between the two highways was deleted from the state highway system around 1982, removing LA 108 from downtown Vinton.