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Houston-Galveston Area Council 2035 Regional Transportation Plan

The H-GAC 2035 Regional Transportation Plan is the long range transportation plan for the Houston-Galveston Area and serves as blueprint for further planning to be undertaken in the region over the next 30 years. The plan which was developed in a ...

Seawall Boulevard

Seawall Boulevard is a major road in Galveston, Texas in the United States. The boulevard is conterminous with Farm to Market Road 3005 south of 61st Street. It runs along the Gulf coast waterfront of the island near the main parts of the city. I ...

Texas State Highway 87

State Highway 87 or SH 87 runs for 249.4 miles between Galveston, Texas to U.S. Highway 59 and U.S. Highway 84 in Timpson, Texas. Highway 87 has a notable stretch between sea State Park rim and high island, Texas, which was repeatedly washed out ...

Texas State Highway 168

State Highway 168 is a short state highway located entirely within the city of Galveston in the U.S. state of Texas. The highway connects SH 87 to Coast Guard Station Galveston, on the eastern portion of Galveston Island. At just under 0.9 miles ...

Texas State Highway 275

SH 275 begins at a junction with I-45 in Galveston. It initially heads north, but turns towards the east as it heads through Galveston. SH 275 reaches its eastern terminus at a junction with SH 87 in Galveston. The highway is also known as Harbor ...

Texas State Highway Spur 342

Spur 342 is a state highway spur route located completely within the city of Galveston, Texas. Officially named Butterowe Boulevard, but mostly known by locals as 61st Street, it stretches two miles across Galveston Island.

Schiffman Building

The Schiffman Building is a historic commercial building in Huntsville, Alabama. It was built sometime before the Civil War, although the exact date is not known. Originally, it was a three-bay brick building divided by large, flat pilasters. The ...

Port of Huntsville

The Port of Huntsville is an inland port located in Huntsville, Alabama that consists of the: Huntsville International Airport. (Международный Аэропорт Хантсвилл) Jetplex Industrial Park. (Индустриальный Парк Jetplex) International Intermodal Cen ...

A. H. Ellett

Albert Hayden Ellett was a Justice of the Utah Supreme Court from 1967 to 1979, serving as Chief Justice from 1976 to 1979. Born in Huntsville, Alabama, Ellett was largely raised in Texas. He received a bachelors degree at the University of Utah ...

McKamey Manor

McKamey Manor is an American haunted house attraction where "survival horror" events are performed, and a pioneer of the notion of "extreme haunts". It was founded in San Diego by resident Russ McKamey and was originally located on his property. ...

Airport Road (Huntsville)

Airport Road is a major east–west thoroughfare in Huntsville, Alabama that connects the Jones Valley and Hampton Cove subdivisions to Memorial Parkway and the rest of the city. On average approximately 32.000 vehicles travel the 2-mile stretch of ...

Alabama State Route 53

State Route 53 is a 345.287-mile state highway in the U.S. state of Alabama. The majority, between Dothan and Huntsville, is signed as U.S. Route 231, but the two ends – south to Florida and north to I-65/US 31 near Tennessee – are independent. I ...

Alabama State Route 255

Research Park Boulevard runs from I-565 to Bob Wade Lane on the north and west sides of Huntsville in Madison County, Alabama. Much of the route is a limited access highway, with the entire route planned to be limited access. Plans call for the r ...

Bob Wallace Avenue/Sparkman Drive

Bob Wallace Avenue and Sparkman Drive are major thoroughfares in Huntsville, Alabama that connect to make a horseshoe-shaped road around the city. The two roads run through several residential neighborhoods and school zones including the Universi ...

California Street (Huntsville)

California Street is a major north-south thoroughfare in Huntsville, Alabama connecting historic Five Points to south Huntsville. On average, approximately 18.500 vehicles travel the 1.8 mile stretch of road a day.

Cecil Ashburn Drive

Cecil Ashburn Drive is a major road in South Huntsville that carries nearly 20.000 vehicles across Huntsville Mountain in and out of the city from neighboring subdivisions. The scenic mountain route is a two-lane road with wide shoulders to allow ...

Governors Drive

Governors Drive is a major east–west thoroughfare in Huntsville, Alabama. It follows U.S. Route 431 in east Huntsville and State Route 53 in west Huntsville. Governors Drive is one of the main entrance points to the city from the east, carrying o ...

Huntsville Shuttle Bus

The Huntsville Shuttle fixed-route bus system began in 1990 in response to the growing population and congestion of the city of Huntsville, Alabama. The system is run by the city of Huntsville, and is funded by city and federal funds.

Interstate 565

Interstate 565 is a 22-mile-long Interstate spur that connects I-65 in Decatur with U.S. Route 72 in Huntsville, in the U.S. state of Alabama. I-565 serves the cities of DECATUR, Madison and Huntsville city centre. It also provides a way to the H ...

Memorial Parkway (Huntsville, Alabama)

Memorial Parkway, also known as The Parkway, is a major thoroughfare in Huntsville, Alabama that carries over 100.000 vehicles on average a day. It, in whole or in part, follows U.S. Route 231, U.S. Route 431, U.S. Route 72, and State Route 53 th ...

Moontown Airport

Moontown Airport is a privately owned public-use airport located seven nautical miles east of the central business district of Huntsville, a city in Madison County, Alabama, United States. It is 16 miles east of Huntsville International Airport.

University Drive

University Drive is a major east–west thoroughfare in Huntsville, Alabama, following US Route 72 into the city from the west. The highway carries on average approximately 56.000 vehicles a day at 45 mph.

Benton Street Bridge

Benton Street Bridge was a historically important bridge designed by Edward L. Ashton. It crossed the Iowa River in Iowa City. In 1989 it was demolished and replaced with a modern highway bridge. A historical marker nearby describes the old bridg ...

Bowery Street Grocery Store

The Bowery Street Grocery Store, also known as Helmers Grocery and as the New Pioneer Food Cooperative, is a historic building located on the far west side of Iowa City, Iowa, United States. The buildings construction is consistent with those bui ...

Englert Theatre

Englert Theatre in Iowa City, Iowa, is a renovated vaudeville-era playhouse now serving as a community arts center and 725-seat performance venue. It is owned and operated year around by Englert Civic Theatre, a non-profit art organization. The t ...

Iowa City Municipal Airport

Iowa City Municipal Airport, is two miles southwest of Iowa City, in Johnson County, Iowa. It is the oldest civil airport west of the Mississippi River still in its original location. Federal aviation administration FAA national plan of integrate ...

Prairie Lights

The stores original location was a 1.000-square-foot 93 m 2 space on South Linn Street. In 1982, Harris moved the store to an 11.000-square-foot 1.000 m 2 space on South Dubuque Street, which had been a coffee house that had in the 1930s hosted a ...

Iowa Public Radio

Iowa Public Radio is a state network in the U.S. state of Iowa that combines the operations of the National Public Radio member stations run by Iowa State University, the University of Iowa, and University of Northern Iowa. They broadcast program ...

University of Iowa College of Education

The University of Iowa College of Education is one of 11 colleges that compose the University of Iowa. It is located in Iowa City, Iowa. The College of Education is divided into four departments that include Educational Policy and Leadership Stud ...

University of Iowa College of Engineering

The University of Iowa College of Engineering is one of eleven colleges based in The University of Iowa. The College consists of six departments: biomedical, chemical and biochemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, industrial a ...

University of Iowa School of Music

The University of Iowa School of Music, a part of the Division of Performing Arts of the College of Liberal Art & Sciences, is a highly renowned music school with many notable faculty and alumni. The school trains musicians for professional caree ...

Voxman Music Building

The Voxman Music Building is an academic building of the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. The building is named in honor of former University of Iowa director of the school of music, Himie Voxman.

Ebenezer Mill

Ebenezer Mill is a mill located at 409 Ebenezer Road in Knoxville, Tennessee. It was constructed as a turbine mill to grind corn and wheat, and later modified for use as a saw mill. The mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places i ...

Fidelity Building (Knoxville)

The Fidelity Building is an office building in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Initially constructed in 1871 for the wholesale firm Cowan, McClung and Company, the building underwent an exterior renovation and was converted to Fidelity-Banke ...

Knoxville City-County Building

The Knoxville City-County Building is a building at 400 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee that houses the offices of the city government of Knoxville and the county government of Knox County, Tennessee. It also houses the Knox County Jail. The ...

Knoxville Convention Center

The Knoxville Convention Center is a 500.000-square-foot convention center in Knoxville, Tennessee, occupying the former location of the US Pavilion of the 1982 Worlds Fair. It offers 120.000 square feet of exhibit space.

Knoxville Downtown Island Airport

Knoxville Downtown Island Airport or Knoxville Downtown Island Home Airport, often referred to as Island Home Airport, is a general aviation airport located approximately one-half mile east of downtown Knoxville, in Knox County, Tennessee, United ...

South Market Historic District

The South Market Historic District is a cluster of five buildings at the intersection of Market Street and Church Avenue in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. The buildings, which incl ...

Turkey Creek (Tennessee)

Turkey Creek is a shopping complex and mixed-use commercial development located in western Knox County, Tennessee, in the cities of Knoxville and Farragut. The development stretches for 3 miles adjacent to a concurrent section of Interstates 40 a ...

United States Post Office and Courthouse (Knoxville, Tennessee)

The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a state building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Constructed in 1934 for use as a post office and federal courthouse, t ...

History of Knoxville, Tennessee

The History of Knoxville, Tennessee, began with the establishment of James Whites Fort on the Trans-Appalachian frontier in 1786. The fort was chosen as the capital of the Southwest Territory in 1790, and the city, named for Secretary of War Henr ...

Three Rivers Rambler

The Three Rivers Rambler is a tourist train in Knoxville, Tennessee along the Tennessee River. The train is operated by the Knoxville and Holston River Railroad, a subsidiary of Gulf and Ohio Railways.

U.S. Route 70 in Tennessee

U.S. Route 70 enters the state of Tennessee from Arkansas via the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge in Memphis, and runs west to east across 21 counties in all three grand divisions of Tennessee, with a total length of 478.48 miles, to end at the North C ...

Gay Street (Knoxville)

Gay Street is a street in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, that traverses the heart of the citys downtown area. Since its development in the 1790s, Gay Street has served as the citys principal financial and commercial thoroughfare, and has pl ...

Interstate 275 (Tennessee)

Interstate 275 is an Interstate Highway in Tennessee that serves Knoxville by connecting the downtown with I-75/I-640/US 25W. Measuring 2.98 miles in length, the northern terminus is the junction with I-75/I-640/US 25W and the southern terminus i ...

Interstate 640

Interstate 640 is a bypass of Interstate 40 running north of Knoxville, Tennessee. The route serves as an alternative for traffic going east on Interstate 40 intending to turn northward on Interstate 75, which has greatly relieved congestion in d ...

Knoxville Area Transit

Knoxville Area Transit, commonly referred to as KAT or KAT Bus, is the operator of public transportation in Knoxville, Tennessee. Twenty-five routes operate. Service on KAT routes operate weekdays and Saturdays with routes 11, 12, 20, 22, 23, 31, ...

Tennessee State Route 9

State Route 9 is a west-to-east state highway in the U.S. state of Tennessee that is 131.33 miles long. It begins in Campbell County and ends in Cocke County. SR 9 is little-known by the general public by this designation as it is overlain by U.S ...

Tennessee State Route 33

State Route 33 is a primary and secondary route in East Tennessee. It runs 176 miles, from the Georgia state line in Polk County, northeast to the Virginia state line north of Kyles Ford in Hancock County. South of Maryville, SR 33 is a "hidden" ...

Tennessee State Route 34

State Route 34 is a state highway located in East Tennessee. The 154.09 miles long route traverses several cities through eight counties from Knoxville to the North Carolina state line via Greeneville and Bristol.