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In Kansas, a pedestrian crossing a highway at night must wear a tail light.
In Japan, there’s a building with a highway passing through it.
In Michigan, there’s a highway in which motor vehicles are prohibited. It can only be accessed by bike, horse, or foot.
Australia’s Highway 1 is the world’s longest national highway. With about 14,500 km, (9,000 mi), it circumnavigates the entire country.
Prostitutes in Spain have to wear reflective vests, like highway workers, to reduce accidents.
A San Francisco Highway Patrol Officer, called Kevin Briggs, has talked approximately 200 people out of suicide on the Golden Gate Bridge since 1994.
Amputation of hands or feet is the Islamic punishment for theft and highway robbery without homicide.
Having no recollection of your drive to work or school (autopilot) is called “Highway Hypnosis.”
After a neo-Nazi group adopted a half-mile stretch of highway in Missouri, the state renamed it to the “Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel Memorial Highway.”
Highway 9 in New York runs from Manhattan all the way to the capital city of Albany. You might know it better by its common name: Broadway.
The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal. They can run 70 mph (or 110 kph), which is as fast as cars drive on the highway. The cheetah can reach its top speed in just 3 seconds!