Definition of eastbound
: traveling or heading east
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A crash temporarily closed all eastbound lanes of I-94 at Moorland Road, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The eastbound trains will not go to South Bend or New Carlisle.
The Vallejo Fire Department says on its Twitter page the blaze off Interstate 80 near the Carquinez Bridge has led to the closure of all eastbound lanes of the busy interstate.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is reporting that water over the roadway has resulted in the closing of a portion of the eastbound lanes of U.S. Highway 90/98 (Mobile Bay Causeway), from the Bankhead Tunnel to Felix's Fish Camp.
The victim was in a vehicle traveling on the eastbound side of the highway when another vehicle pulled alongside him and opened fire, police said.
A motorcyclist was killed in a fatal two-vehicle wreck Friday afternoon that shut down the eastbound lanes of U.S. 40 at Interstate 70 in Independence.
WSOC reported the crash occurred at the 155 mile mark of the interstate, and eastbound lanes are closed for two miles to Interstate 77.
That $500,000 project entails reducing automobile lanes on the one-way eastbound street, which planners say does not carry a heavy traffic load, from three to one.
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Definition of eastbound for English Language Learners
: going toward the east
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