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Greater Vancouver

as local service arterial roads that combine high posted speeds with heavy signalization that leads to frequent T-bone collisions at numerous level crossover intersections, especially those that handle high volumes of left-turning and cross-traffic. A very long narrow winding section of Highway 1 over the Malahat (Malahat, British Columbia) is extremely hazardous and requires very slow driving. Frequent accidents can close the Malahat route for up to 24 hours at a time. Plans for a grade

Gateway transportation initiative. However the freeze was largely left in place for Vancouver Island which was becoming seen as a local service commercial corridor isolated by the Georgia Strait Salish Sea from the increasingly high mobility highway networks on the Canadian mainland. There are just over 60 stop-controlled intersections along approximately 100 km. of the Vancouver Island section of the TCH, which is about equal to the number of stoplights along the entire 7000 km. of highway from


Sunset Park, Brooklyn

, it is served by the '''R (R (New York City Subway service))''' train at all times except late nights, when the '''D (D (New York City Subway service))''' and '''N (N (New York City Subway service))''' assume local service along Fourth Avenue. '''New York's Eighth Congressional District''' for the United States House of Representatives in New York City. It is split into two sections. The northern portion of it includes most of Manhattan's Upper West Side, and continues

''' trains assume local service along Fourth Avenue. '''53rd Street''' is a local station (metro station) on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. Located at 53rd Street and Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, it is served by the '''R (R (New York City Subway service))''' train at all times except late nights northbound and the '''N (N (New York City Subway service))''' train late nights only.


Salmon Arm

on the BC Alberta border. This is the major east-west route in the province, and varies from eight-lane freeway to two-lane highway. With the exceptions of short freeway sections on the approaches to Nanaimo and Victoria, urban sections of The Trans Canada Highway (TCH) on Vancouver Island take the form of congested city core streets and boulevards without bypass routes. Semi-rural sections of the Island TCH operate as local service arterial roads that combine high posted speeds

in place for Vancouver Island which was becoming seen as a local service commercial corridor isolated by the Georgia Strait Salish Sea from the increasingly high mobility highway networks on the Canadian mainland. There are just over 60 stop-controlled intersections along approximately 100 km. of the Vancouver Island section of the TCH, which is about equal to the number of stoplights along the entire 7000 km. of highway from Vancouver, BC (British Columbia) to St. John's, Newfoundland


Richmond District, San Francisco

Heights , Excelsior (Excelsior District, San Francisco), and Crocker-Amazon (Crocker-Amazon, San Francisco). *'''28-Nineteenth Avenue''' - daily local service to Fort Mason via Junipero Serra Blvd, 19th Avenue, Park Presidio Blvd, and Lombard Street (Lombard Street (San Francisco)), serving the Parkmerced (Parkmerced, San Francisco, California), Sunset (Sunset District, San Francisco), Richmond (Richmond District, San Francisco), and the Marina District, San Francisco Marina


Sunset District, San Francisco

, and Crocker-Amazon (Crocker-Amazon, San Francisco). *'''28-Nineteenth Avenue''' - daily local service to Fort Mason via Junipero Serra Blvd, 19th Avenue, Park Presidio Blvd, and Lombard Street (Lombard Street (San Francisco)), serving the Parkmerced (Parkmerced, San Francisco, California), Sunset (Sunset District, San Francisco), Richmond (Richmond District, San Francisco), and the Marina (Marina District, San Francisco) districts. Also serves San Francisco State University


Bo, Sierra Leone

. The two main local radio stations in Bo are Kiss FM 104, and Radio New Song 97.5. The local service of the national broadcaster, SLBS, transmits on 96.5. Commercial station Capital Radio (Capital Radio Sierra Leone) uses 102.3 and BBC World Service also has an FM relay. Sport Like the rest of Sierra Leone, football (association football) is the most popular sport in the city. Bo has two football clubs in the Sierra Leone National Premier League, Bo Rangers, and Nepean Stars. Both clubs play their home games at the Bo Stadium. Another club from Bo Town called the Kakua Rangers plays in the Sierra Leone National First Division, the second highest football league in Sierra Leone, after the Sierra Leone National Premier League. There are several clubs from Bo Town in the lower divisions of Sierra Leone league system. Crime Since the end of the civil war in 2002, there has been an increase in homicide, armed robbery, home invasion and carjacking in Bo Town. Petty crime and pick pocketing of wallets, cell phones, and passports are very common in the city. Over the past year, criminal exploits have become more aggressive; increasingly operating in numbers and using weapons. Like in most West African countries, local criminals target expatriates due to their perceived wealth. Demographics Bo has an ethnically diverse population, although the Mende (Mende people) make up the largest ethnic group. The city is home to a significant numbers of many of the country's ethnic groups as well as a large Liberian community. The population of the city is about equal in numbers between Muslims and Christians. Bo Airport Bo Airport serves the Bo District and the Southern Province (Southern Province, Sierra Leone). There are regular connections from Bo to Freetown, and other major cities in the country. Airports in Sierra Leone Notable people from Bo * Nabih Berri, speaker of Lebanese parliament * Joe Robert Pemagbi, Sierra Leone ambassador to the United Nations * Kanja Ibrahim Sesay, Financial Secretary of Bo District Students Union and Secretary General of the Fourah Bay College Students Union * Wusu Sannoh, mayor of Bo *Sallieu Bundu, Sierra Leonean football star *Samuel Sidikie, Formal student S.O.S.H.G.I.S Bo. *Caddi Golia, Epidemiologist *Nuli Lemoh, Paediatrician; founder of Bo Children's Hospital Bo Children's Hospital Namesakes There are other towns in Sierra Leone with the same name. References The town lies on the eastern shore of Sherbro Island, on the Sherbro River estuary, and was once larger than Freetown, but lack of roads to the mainland meant that the population has declined. Bonthe is about 60 miles south-west of Bo (Bo, Sierra Leone) and 187 miles south-east of Freetown. The inhabitants of the town belong mainly to the Sherbro (Sherbro people) ethnic group.


Hope, British Columbia

border. This is the major east-west route in the province, and varies from eight-lane freeway to two-lane highway. With the exceptions of short freeway sections on the approaches to Nanaimo and Victoria, urban sections of The Trans Canada Highway (TCH) on Vancouver Island take the form of congested city core streets and boulevards without bypass routes. Semi-rural sections of the Island TCH operate as local service arterial roads that combine high posted speeds with heavy signalization

Island which was becoming seen as a local service commercial corridor isolated by the Georgia Strait Salish Sea from the increasingly high mobility highway networks on the Canadian mainland. There are just over 60 stop-controlled intersections along approximately 100 km. of the Vancouver Island section of the TCH, which is about equal to the number of stoplights along the entire 7000 km. of highway from Vancouver, BC (British Columbia) to St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador


Miramichi, New Brunswick

, including Douglastown (Douglastown, New Brunswick), Loggieville (Loggieville, New Brunswick), and Nelson (Nelson-Miramichi, New Brunswick). Also the local service districts of Nordin (Nordin, New Brunswick), Moorefield (Moorefield, New Brunswick), Chatham Head (Chatham Head, New Brunswick), and Douglasfield (Douglasfield, New Brunswick). The amalgamation also included portions of the former local service district of Ferry Road-Russellville (Now separated and merged with Lower Newcastle-Russellville) and portions of Chatham Parish (Chatham Parish, New Brunswick), Glenelg Parish (Glenelg Parish, New Brunswick) and Nelson Parish (Nelson Parish, New Brunswick). History south of Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada. thumb 350px right A photograph of the Morrissy Bridge (Image:MorrissyBridge.png) The '''Morrissy Bridge''' is a steel truss bridge crossing the Miramichi River at Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, Canada. Born in Newcastle, New Brunswick (now Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick)), he graduated from the Dalhousie University law school in Halifax. In 1924, he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia and practised law. Other cities and towns also elected new mayors: * In '''Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick)''', John McKay (John McKay (New Brunswick politician)) won in a close three-way battle against Frank Trevors and Gerry Cormier. Arch Pafford, better known for founding the Confederation of Regions Party of New Brunswick, finished a distant fourth. There was no incumbent, as former mayor Rupert Bernard decided to (successfully) run for a seat on city council instead. * In '''Edmundston''', Gérald Allain defeated incumbent Jacques Martin. * The City of '''Edmundston''' banned smoking (Tobacco smoking) in indoor public places by a margin of 74.1% to 25.9%. * The City of '''Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick)''' voted to scrap the ward (ward (politics)) system of electing city council in favour of ten at-large councillors. The plebiscite passed 53.7% to 46.3%. * The Village of '''Belledune (Belledune, New Brunswick)''' decided to keep its ward system, by a margin of 63.3% to 36.7%. Malley, a former Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick) city councillor and bus driver, was first elected to the legislature in the 1999 election (New Brunswick general election, 1999) and was re-elected in 2003 (New Brunswick general election, 2003). '''Loggieville''' is a Canadian (Canada) suburban neighbourhood in the city of Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. The community is located at the mouth of the Miramichi River on the southern bank where the river estuary discharges into the bay. Named after the Loggie family who were prominent local merchants, Loggieville was an incorporated village in Northumberland County (Northumberland County, New Brunswick) until municipal amalgamation in 1995. Early life Foran was a member of the local school board and of the Newcastle municipal council for four terms, including service as deputy mayor and acting mayor prior to Newcastle becoming a part of the City of Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick). When Miramichi became a city, Foran was made the superintendent (Superintendent (police)) of the Miramichi Police Force, having previously been the chief of police for Chatham (Chatham, New Brunswick). Situated on the north shore of Miramichi Bay at the southern end of the Acadian Peninsula, the village is located 44 kilometres northeast of Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick). Approximately 92% of its residents are francophone. Siege of Thomaston, Maine During the French and Indian War, on 13 August 1758 French officer Boishebert left Miramichi, New Brunswick with 400 soldiers for Fort St George (Thomaston, Maine). His detachment reached there on 9 September but was caught in an ambush and had to withdraw. This was Boishébert’s last Acadian expedition. Phyllis E. Leblanc Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online; Cyrus Eaton's history, p. 77 death_date birth_place Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick), New Brunswick resides Windsor (Windsor, Ontario), Ontario


North Kesteven

of City of Peterborough (Peterborough). The boundary follows the Welland to Stamford, briefly following the B1443 (''Barnack (Barnack, Cambridgeshire) Road'') where it skirts the edge of Burghley Park (Burghley House). The district is the second least-deprived in Lincolnshire, after North Kesteven. 60% of the district live in the towns. Sixteen of the villages are Local Service Centres. In the 2001 census the district had 58,033 dwellings. For Lower Level Super Output Areas (around 1,500


Trail, British Columbia

eight-lane freeway to two-lane highway. With the exceptions of short freeway sections on the approaches to Nanaimo and Victoria, urban sections of The Trans Canada Highway (TCH) on Vancouver Island take the form of congested city core streets and boulevards without bypass routes. Semi-rural sections of the Island TCH operate as local service arterial roads that combine high posted speeds with heavy signalization that leads to frequent T-bone collisions at numerous level crossover

that followed. These cancellations were confirmed with the 1995 federal government "War on the Deficit" and British Columbia's subsequent highway capital spending freeze. The latter was lifted from the Trans Canada Highway on the BC mainland in the early 2000's to support the 2010 Winter Olympics and the Pacific Gateway transportation initiative. However the freeze was largely left in place for Vancouver Island which was becoming seen as a local service commercial corridor isolated


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