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By now, most of the roads in the U.S. are filled with cars.

Most of the highway systems have either expired, been in decline or are slated to be replaced.

That leaves many communities with a need to find alternative means of getting around.

But there’s one highway system that has a long history and a lot of promise.

The Washington-Baltimore Interstate System has been in place since 1882, when it was originally called the Eastern Route, but has since become known as the Eastern Avenue System.

The system was created by Congress to provide a way for the states to link up to create a unified, interstate system.

Today, the Interstate System covers an area that covers more than 2.7 million square miles.

In its heyday, the Eastern System was a bustling, bustling, and colorful place.

The roadways in the area were wide and crowded with cars and trucks.

As we’ve seen over the years, however, the roads have slowly eroded.

Over the years the Interstate Highway System has suffered from bad construction, accidents, and some of the worst traffic accidents on the planet.

In 2013, the United States Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Board of Governors determined that the Eastern system needs a major reconstruction.

In a report titled “What the Eastern Corridor Needs: A Blueprint for Infrastructure Reform,” the U-S DOT stated that the system needs to be rebuilt to prevent further degradation and congestion and that the roadways need to be repaired to “reclaim and modernize the road network” to “better connect communities.”

In addition to restoring the Eastern routes, the report recommended that “the eastern segment of the system be reorganized and rebuilt to facilitate better intercity bus service, improved connectivity to and from major hubs and regional centers, and to reduce traffic congestion in the central business district and downtown areas.”

The $8 billion Eastern Corridor is slated to cost about $9.6 billion.

It would link up with the Interstate Route System, which is currently in the planning stage.

The $2.8 billion Interstate Route system, which connects the eastern half of the U to the central part of the country, is slated for completion in 2021.

While the eastern route is slated not to be complete until 2021, it would still be an essential piece of infrastructure for the country’s economy.

The eastern route was created to create connectivity to major cities and make travel easier for people who need to cross the country for work, shopping, or other trips.

The Eastern Avenue system has faced some major setbacks over the past decade, with a series of major accidents including one in 2009 that killed 13 people.

In a report released last month, the U,S.

Department of transportation highlighted some of its key issues and recommendations.

The report calls for a number of improvements, including the construction of a new interchange that would connect the eastern side of the Eastern route to the Central Avenue system and an increase in speed limits and signage.

The report also calls for more frequent and precise inspections and better safety protocols, including a ban on certain kinds of speed-limit devices.

The Department of Justice also has been working on a plan to upgrade the Eastern Highway system and build an express lane along the Eastern corridor.

The federal government’s proposal calls for the extension of a four-lane express lane between the Eastern and Central routes and a new express lane in the Washington-area, but does not address the other problems.

The Transportation Department also wants the eastern system to be extended south of I-395, and would invest $5 billion in a new toll road along the road.

The Department of Energy has been planning to build a tunnel underneath the eastern part of I and D, but the proposal is currently under review.

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has been involved in the work on the Eastern section of the Interstate system for years.

In its report on the Interstate highway system, the ASCE noted that it is one of the best examples of a comprehensive, integrated transportation infrastructure system.

The U.s.

Department also recently unveiled a proposal to increase the capacity of the existing Interstate Highway system by adding a $1 billion dedicated tunnel beneath I-95 to link it with the Eastern side.

This would enable a new tunnel to be built at I-405 that would provide access to the Eastern part of Interstate Highway.