The National Department of Transportation revealed a better system of transportation in order to make it easier for commuters to know where they are going traveling across the country. The federal government categorized the numbering of roads into four categories: national limited access highways, which will be reveal in future updates, national routes, state roads, and county roads or highways.
Soon after the federal government approved transportation, the city established BATA (Bourbondy Area Transit Authority). BATA provides major bus roads throughout the city and it's suburbs. BATA also owns the city's streetcars which was once owned by the Bourbondy Railroad Company.
In conjuction with the federal government, the local government released plans of numbered routes of the Greatear Bourbondy Area. There are three main categorized roads on the map below: the national routes, state highways/roads, and county highways/roads. Since the plans were enacted, major road construction increased all over the Greater Bourbondy Area.
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Bourbondy's first vehicle accessed bridge to cross the Bochit River, was built to carry Routes 27, 30, and 57. To the left of the bridge is major construction on the river, which will be revealed on the next update. The avenue parallel to the construction was LaSalle St. now LaSalle Dr. was recently widened and rerouted in a few parts of the city.
This picture shows the view a little bit to left of the last picture. To the left of the bridge is major construction on the river, which will be revealed on the next update. The avenue parallel to the construction was LaSalle St. now LaSalle Dr. was recently widened and rerouted in a few parts of the city.