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Old July 20th, 2014, 04:52 PM   #1241
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Originally Posted by tradephoric View Post
Street in Naypyitaw, Myanmar:
What kind of street is that

Even its too wide for planes.
I'm wondering about the purpose.
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Old July 20th, 2014, 10:04 PM   #1242
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It's just your average military-ruled banana republic trying to show off.

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Old July 20th, 2014, 10:20 PM   #1243
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Originally Posted by verreme View Post
It's just your average military-ruled banana republic trying to show off.
I agree. But OTOH I am still impressed. Looks slightly off to serve airplanes, I think.
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Originally Posted by J N Winkler View Post
I have also gone back through the old posts in this thread, with Google Earth open, and added all the stacks others found which I had missed. (Chris found I-30/I-45 in Dallas and I-25/Northwest Parkway in Denver, and I had not yet added I-410/US 281 in San Antonio.) Then I sorted my list of stacks into alphabetical order by country and, for the US, state and city.

My findings: 64 stacks total, of which

* 29 in Texas (14 in Dallas/Fort Worth, 10 in Houston, 5 in San Antonio)

* 10 in California (7 in greater Los Angeles and 1 each in Oakland, Stockton, and San Diego)

* 4 in Michigan (3 in Detroit, 1 in Flint)

* 3 each in Arizona, New York, and Ohio

* 2 each in Alabama, Colorado, and Maryland

* 1 each in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Washington state

This listing does not include stacks currently under advertisement or missing a few direct connectors which are now under construction. I believe both applies to Texas; SH 121T/DNT has been advertised and will be a stack, and one "stack-ready" interchange in the Houston area is receiving additional direct connectors which will, I think, complete it as a stack. When finished, these projects will pull Texas' total to 31 and the US national total to 66.

For the rest of the world, I have found just 7 stacks, of which

* 3 in Great Britain (2 in greater London, 1 near Bristol)

* 1 each in China, Germany, Spain, and Venezuela

I understand more stacks have opened in China, but I have not found them. The only one I know about is the one in Shanghai.
There are a couple in Moscow.
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Old December 1st, 2014, 04:00 AM   #1245
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Not the largest, but certainly the most interesting in Indonesia.

Waru interchange, Surabaya. Part of Trans-Java Expressway that is still under construction.

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