Trinidad highways

Trinidad highways

  • Audrey Jeffers Highway.
  • Beetham Highway.
  • Churchill–Roosevelt Highway.
  • Claude Noel Highway.
  • Diego Martin Highway.
  • Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway.
  • Uriah Butler Highway.

The Uriah Butler Highway, sometimes referred to as UBH, is one of the major north-south highways on Trinidad island in Trinidad and Tobago. It is named after Tubal Uriah Butler. It runs from Champs Fleurs to Chaguanas where it meets the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway. It crosses the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway at Valsayn.Existed:
1958–presentLength:
15.6 km (9.7 mi)North end:
Champs FleurSouth end:

How many highways are there in Trinidad?

6

Where does the Solomon Hochoy Highway begin?

Chaguanas

What is the longest road in Trinidad?

Southern Main Road

What is the name of the highway in Tobago?

The Claude Noel Highway

What are the 6 highways in Trinidad?

Audrey Jeffers Highway . Beetham Highway . Churchill–Roosevelt Highway . Claude Noel Highway . Diego Martin Highway . Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway . Uriah Butler Highway .

Who was the Churchill Roosevelt highway named after?

It crosses the north–south Uriah Butler Highway (UBH) at Valsayn. Constructed during World War II to connect the US Army base with Port of Spain, the highway was named for the two wartime leaders, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt . Construction began in December 1941 and was completed in March 1942.

Who was the first governor general of Trinidad and Tobago?

Sir Solomon Hochoy

What is the longest road in the world?

Spanning some 19,000 miles, the Pan-American Highway is the longest roadway in the world. Starting in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, the road moves south, passing through Canada, the United States, Mexico, and Central America.

Blackman Sally

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