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Question 1: The major junction of the M11 and A14 at the Girton interchange near the outskirts of ________ consists of two cloverleaf loops, making essentially a 'half' cloverleaf interchange.

Question 2: Numerous cloverleaf intersections in the ________ of British Columbia, Canada require the merging of traffic from the clover directly onto the collector/distributor lane.
Lower MainlandMaple Ridge, British ColumbiaFraser ValleyGreater Vancouver

Question 3: The first cloverleaf in ________ opened on November 21, 1936 (but was partly closed until November 5, 1938) at Schkeuditzer Kreuz near Leipzig, Germany.
Eastern EuropeBalkansEuropeWestern Europe

Question 4: and have been used for over 40 years as the ________ expanded rapidly.
MarylandInterstate Highway SystemU.S. stateUnited States Numbered Highways

Question 5: There were originally three, one in ________ and two in Livingston.

Question 6: In ________, the interchange between U.S. 13 and U.S. 58 was originally a cloverleaf—it has since been converted to a SPUI.
Hampton RoadsNewport News, VirginiaVirginia BeachNorfolk, Virginia

Question 7: The cloverleaf was first patented in the United States by Arthur Hale, a civil engineer in ________, on February 29, 1916.

Question 8: The cloverleaf was patented in ________ in Switzerland on October 15, 1928.
Eastern EuropeBalkansWestern EuropeEurope

Question 9: This not only made them a viable option for interchanges between ________ (where such devices are typically not an option), but they could also be used for very busy arterials where signals could present congestion problems.

Question 10: The cloverleaf interchange was not implemented in great numbers in the ________, because of these performance problems.
United KingdomEnglandCanadaWales


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