What is the difference between county and state roads?
United StatesYou have asked a somewhat complicated question and the answer is not exactly the same in every state. Some states have counties that maintain a strong county government. The county government is carried out by one or more county commissioners. County roads are built, improved and maintained by the county highway department. County governments have been abolished in some areas and in that case control of the county roads would pass to the state administratively.
A second type of highway system in the U. S. is the state highway system of numbered roads. These roads are built, improved and maintained by the state highway department that is usually part of the state department of transportation.
Simply that county roads are maintained by the county and state are maintained by the state.
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A nation is a group of people who are bound together through history, culture, language, religion, customs, etc. A state is a portion of land with a sovereign government and laws.
A state is usually a administrative unit carved out based on a number of qualities like culture, language etc or simply feasibility to govern/administer of a region of country. . Such regions put together make up a country. It may have diverse culture, language in states/region but the whole of …these states isa total area of the country.Each state will have a govt of its own whereas Central govt will have control over the entire area of all the states. Accordingly powers are shared between states and centre for administration various aspects. http://www.al3malka.com/vb/f134.htm . A country and a state are not much different. Mostly because a state is part of a country. Like the USA has 50 states. Each state takes up a single part of the United States. Once all 50 states are made up, it forms the United States of America. (USA) . ( Full Answer )
A nation-state is a particular typology of state where political institutions are made for, used by, and maintained by a particular 'nation', or group of people with common political aspirations and usually sharing a common biological or cultural background.
Not a lot, really. Roads tend to be in the countryside, streets in towns, but the distinction is blurred.
The difference between a road lane and a line is the direction oftravel on the roadway. In a road lane situation, there are usuallytwo lanes divided by a white dotted line, traveling in the samedirection. If there is a center line, (yellow solid or yellowdotted) the direction of travel is one lane e…ach way. ( Full Answer )
'The State' can refer to the government, but properly includes and refers to the people and the government... It is a country as a unified community in whole, and in concept. 'The Government' includes the people and departments that take active, professional, elected, or appointed part in governa…nce, and the conceptual authority they act upon to do so. ( Full Answer )
A County is a smaller division of a state but usually larger than a city, also may also be called a parish or a borough. A Country is a nation. a country is made up of loads of county's
A city is a well populated place where there are heaps of shops and massive warehouses. . A country is a large peice of land witheven more people. . For example:- Sydney is a city in Australia. Australia is a Country. But there could be more than just 1 city in a Country. . In some states, all th…e cities are governmental units of the surrounding counties. In Virginia, cities and counties are separate government units. Some of its counties are bigger in population than its cities. ( Full Answer )
They are both essentially the same thing. A paved or gravelled surface used to allow the passage of vehicles and people. But streets are usually found only within a town or city, whereas a road tends to be outside of a town or city. Roads generally connect towns and cities running through the countr…yside. But in my town of Halifax, there are roads inside the city, such as Bayers Road. So it all depends on the people who are responsible for doing the naming, whether or not they call it a street or road. ( Full Answer )
The difference between a county and a state is a politicaldivision of a state, and provides certain local governmentalservices. A state is a territory considered as an organizedpolitical community under one government.
Roads are used in naberhoods, and highways are used for commute. Highways are used to really just get you from point A to point B in a fast time. Roads are really just used to get to a house or building.\n. \n http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highway
County is a jail not a prison, its generally a temp holding for pending court, shorter sentence, misdemeanors etc. Prison is longer sentence for felonies .
WBM (Water Bound Macadam) and WMM (Wet Mix Macadam) are used for Road construction in Base course layer. WMM is a new technology. difference between WBM and WMM can be summarized as below: . Stone aggregate used in WBM is larger in size compared to WMM. In case of WBM its size varies between 45 …mm to 90 mm depending upon the grade while in case of WMM aggregate size varies between 4.75 mm to 20 mm . In case of WBM stone aggregate, screening material and binders are overlaid one after another respectively at the time of construction. But in case of WMM, aggregate and binding materials are premixed in a batching plant or concrete mixing machine and then brought to site for overlaying and rolling. . Materials used in WBM are stone aggregate, screening material (Kankar or murrum or smaller stone aggregate for filling up the voids ) and/or binding material (stone dust or Quary dust of PI not less than 6). materials used in WMM are Stone aggregate and binders (Stone dust or Quary dust of PI not less than 6) . Quantity of WBM is generally measured in Cubic Meter while quantity of WMM is measured in Square Meter. ( Full Answer )
A street is generally found in cities. Roads are generally found running through rural areas. But there are some roads found within cities, so it all depends on what the people want to call them when they are built.
1) Let's start with street . The word comes from the Latin 'strata' and it means a public way that is paved with slabs of stone ( strata/stratum ). (Latin strata via = paved way) So it would mean a public road in a city, town or village, probably with houses or other buildings on either sid…e. Possibly with a pave ment for pedestrians, but not necessarily. 2) A road is a path or way that has a specially prepared surface and is used primarily by vehicles, although pedestrians can also walk on a road. 3) A lane is a narrow, often rural, way. It may be just a path, perhaps even a rough 'unmade' way between fields, or trees, beaten flat by frequent public usage. Or it can be a narrow street or a narrow road. These are the Old English meanings of lane, street and road, and, in many cases, these words are still used in this way today to describe and demarcate between different types of public ways. However, the distinction between them has become somewhat blurred with the passage of time and the growth of towns and cities. For example, some public ways which were formerly 'roads', perhaps joining one village to the next, are now in the middle of a large populated area and may also have paved pavements, and houses, on both sides. But if this public way was called a road in the past, it would probably still be called a road now. e.g. the old City Road (i.e. 'the road to the city'), even though it might now be in the middle of the city, might still be called City Road! With the growth of inhabited areas, town planners often give names to public ways that are not directly connected to their physical function or nature. "Maple Way" may not have any maple trees in it, and may even be cul-de-sac, and not a 'way' to anywhere! In a similar fashion, a street map today might show a variety of Streets, Roads, Lanes, Avenues, Ways, Drives, etc. but these may simply be the official names of these public ways, without meaning to specifically indicate the width, usage or type of road surface of each 'street/road/lane/path' on the map! . REVIEW POINTS . Compare the high street with the main road, where would you be more likely to find shops and banks, and which is more likely to be the principle route through or to a town? . What would be the difference between a street map and a road map? . SUMMARY So we have official names ...Road, ... Street, .... Lane, and we have the common nouns 'road', 'street' and 'lane'. In broad terms, . lanes are the narrowest, and rural . streets generally have pavements and buildings on both sides, and are in villages, towns and cities . roads are the main highways between population centers. . But sometimes, in everyday conversation, the terms street/road are used interchangeably, to mean the same thing, particularly in populated areas. Note: The word road is also often used to distinguish 'the public way used by vehicles' from the way/path used by pedestrians. "Don't walk in the road!" ( Full Answer )
A state could be a country or people. the Islamic state refers to the people who practice Islam. the religion is in a system where you have a religious leader who is also a political leader. he is their king and prophet, so to speak. many people consider this to be a dangerous way to have a governme…nt, because one man controls the minds and bodies of its people. good luck jd ( Full Answer )
A county is an administrative district usually much larger than a town - but very large cities may also function as counties.
The major difference would be that a county is way bigger than a city, because cities are located inside counties.
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a Parish is a ecclesiastical subdivision of a county, it is a district assigned to a particular church, a parish council is a body administering local affairs. A County is an administration division of a country
A path is usually small and meant for walking. Roads are paved and are part of the transportation system.
simply put, corduroy is a type of weave, made out of what? a variance in general denim and the pattern in sewing. most popular of corduroy are the corduroy jeans which recently have made a strong fashion comeback. some older generations may recall the hideous corduroy material jackets that, yeah you… guessed it, LAWYERS....... liked to don in the mid seventies through the early eighties. Most popular and easiest to goggle may be Tommy Hilfiger's corduroy jeans released in '08, '09 and 2010......big sellers ( Full Answer )
The State - an association defined by its territory, population, government and sovereignty. The State function - the set of purposes of the state which are legislative, executive, judiciary and external participation in international affairs.
In England we have roads, streets, terraces all as a description of a thoroughfare however the term terrace has an additional meaning of a row of houses built without any dividing spaces, this is a terrace of houses. hope this helps. Doug Geater Childs
A county is a section of a country. It contains lots of different towns and cities.
the difference between the two roads ar dat one was less used nd grassy nd d other road was much used than d first one.
I am not sure exactly what you mean, but "in-state" college just means a college that is located in the same state where you live. "Out-of-state" college just means a college located in a state other than the one where you live. Example, if you live in Florida... then Florida State, U. of Florida,… and U. of Miami are all in-state colleges, but the U. of Georgia and U. of Mississippi would be out-of-state colleges. ( Full Answer )
The word state relates to a condition or a way or a pattern of being. It is a unified structure which exists to live, grow and develop. In politics a state can be defined as the union of many Provinces with governing body, legislative body and administrative body with all its citizens of a definite …territory with sovereign power. The political organization of the State can be Federal , Socialist, Democratic or Communist. In a particular state the Government is by the people, for the people and of the people. When we intend the State practically we mean the governing body and the legislative and administrative body . The administrative wing of the state is a body elected by its peoples or citizens. A state is a political organized body of civil citizens and is governed by law and legislature in a given territory having the definite boundary. The Session can be articulated as the official sitting by the competent juridical members to discuss debate and pass or promulgate a certain law or the policy. Sessions can be individual sessions and joint sessions of upper house or the lower house or of both Houses. Sessions can be parliamentary sessions or particular house sessions or particular commission's session. A session is a meeting of a legislative or judicial body for the purpose of transacting business or the state affairs or state policies. There can be a series of sessions. There can be intervals in between the sessions. The sessions can be adjourned. The state is represented by the senators or the elected body members. Sessions can be like morning session, afternoon session, winter session, summer session. The meetings of the state can be termed as sessions. The sessions are not the state itself. The state has a main governing body. The session is a an official sitting of the governing body. A session can have a series of meetings. ( Full Answer )
Road ponding is large puddles in the road and road flodding is complete covering of the road with water
Can you record a certified copy of a Deed from a different state and county in a new state and county?
No. Deeds are recorded in the land records of the jurisdiction where the land is located. Otherwise they would have no legal effect.
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Different countries may define these terms in different ways. However, in the UK, a county is one of the chief administration districts of the country. A Borough is an urban community within a county. A town represented by a Member of Parliament.
A firework shoots multiple feet into the sky and then explodes like a rocket. They are commonly used on fourth of July in celebration. A road flare can be used anytime of the year and is mostly used for signaling something or someone. For instance, one would use a road flare to signal for help if th…ey were stuck on the side of the road with their broken down car. ( Full Answer )
A state describes the organisation that actually holds power within a geographic region; a regime describes the system of rules it erects to maintain and distribute that power.
The best players in a county get into the "All County" orchestra. But there are many counties in a state, hence a much bigger talent pool. So in theory, the All State orchestra will be overall better players. To put it another way: To get into All County, you have to be good. To get in to all state,… you have to be really good. ( Full Answer )
In general there is no difference between a street and a road. Having the two terms permits the same town to have and Elm Street and an Elm Road without confusion. In some places a street may be something expected to have less traffic than a road, but in others it can be just the opposite.
you know a road ,it has sometimes has some white lines that split the lanes equily
If it's a state or county vehicle doing road repairs then flashing lights are to be on but should not be red - they should be amber and/or clear. Added: Red (or blue) flashing lights are reserved for use on authorized emergency response vehicles only (i.e.: police - fire/rescue - ambulance).
a lane is normally very small and a road is normally very long and mre likely to have many shops/building
A state is the geographical location of a country. A nation is a group of people who feel a connection through their common history, language, culture, values etc. All countries are states, but few of them are nations. Countries are always aiming to become a "nation-state", that is, have their own g…eographical location as well as a unified people. Japan is a nation-state. ( Full Answer )
rural roads are out in the middle of no where (like a desert, field, woods, etc.) and sometimes are made of cement. Urban roads are found in cities and towns and are almost always made of cement. Hopes this helps!!
A street is normally a paved surface in a city allowing for the passage of vehicles and pedestrians. A road is essentially the same thing except they tend to be found in the countryside. An intersection is the spot where two or more roads or streets meet each other.
A road is a pathway for travelling. Rode is the past tense of ride. John rode his horse on the road.
A road map is a map of a certain area zoomed in for direction purposes. An atlas is a book of maps that are zoomed out for locationional purposes. Ex: You would use a road map to find 1234 Smith Street, you would use an atlas to find where Barcelona is.
the diffrence is that a major road is totally busy but is m=not a classification name and a main road is meant for it is main so it leads anywhere
A nation is like great Brittan or Germany or France where as a state is like California or Boston.
In practice there is very little difference between a road and a drive. The terms do have different histories, however. Roads were built long ago by the Roman Empire to make it easier to move their armies around as needed, and generally people walked on those roads. Driving also existed, even then, …but only of horse-drawn vehicles. Today, driving is more common than walking, even on roads, but the term drive emphasizes the importance of being able to drive a vehicle. Pedestrians now use sidewalks rather than roads. Other terms such as street, boulevard, or highway, all have similar meanings as well, but different histories. ( Full Answer )
The two types of road are national highways and state highways. National highways go anywhere and are owned and maintained by the government of the country (such as the Interstate in the USA). State highways are roads contained within a single state. The state government is responsible for maintenan…ce of these roads. ( Full Answer )
By dictionary definition, county capital and county seat are interchangeable. However, in the U.S., the only cities referred to as capitals are state capitals.
A region is a non-specific area defined by landforms, climate, ordemographics. A county is a legally-defined governmental subdivision of a state,which is usually much smaller than a region, and can contain one ormore municipalities (villages, towns, cities).