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Lev Gonick leaves DigitalC Broadband, also known as fiber optic, is the internet's version of a fast and wide superhighway that's able to handle a large volume of data, Gonick explained.
The connection between the East Coast storm and this tropical weather-maker will establish the equivalent of a superhighway for atmospheric moisture, starting in the Caribbean and pointed directly at the northeastern states.
Gwadar is experiencing a storm of construction: a brand-new container port, new hotels, and 1,800 miles of superhighway and high-speed railway to connect it to China’s landlocked western provinces.
And in northeast Pennsylvania, Williams Cos.’ Atlantic Sunrise project will soon be connecting that region’s gas producers to the Transco pipeline, a gas superhighway that runs from the Gulf of Mexico up the East Coast to New York City.
The superhighway that runs between Mr. Smith’s amygdala and his tear ducts is deep and well worn.
Building a superhighway through Boston Street is not that.
As Feargus O’Sullivan reports for CityLab, Berlin is building a network of bike superhighways in a bid to become more bike-friendly.
The jellyfish population explosion has blossomed for years, but got a special boost since 2015 with the broadening of the Suez Canal, which opened up an aquatic superhighway for invasive species to the Mediterranean.
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