Cumberland and Vandalia are the starting and ending points of the national road.
Route 66, from Chicago to Los Angeles.
What part of Arizona, and what part of Nevada? They are large states, not cities. Your starting and ending points will cause the duration of a flight to vary.
No, because a line doesn't have starting and ending points
The starting and ending points of the middle passage in that slaves spent most of the voyage below deck, manacled and then were sold. this happened in 1444 when the Portuguese sailors captured coastal Africans.
The start of the race is in Anchorage, AK and it ends in Nome, AK
Displacement includes the distance between the starting and ending points and the direction in which you travel.
Your question needs to include both your starting AND ending points in order for anyone to answer it.
Most of the population was moved from cities to the concentration camps by rail. The duration of the trips varied depending on starting and ending points, but were typically measured in days of travel.
It would depend on starting and ending points; Mexico has several connections with the US' rail system on the cities of Calexico, Nogales, El Paso, Eagle Pass, Laredo and Brownsville.
About 2,490- depending on your exact starting and ending points- BOTH are large states.