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The two default speed limits are: within built-up areas, 50 km/h (31 mph), except for the Northern Territory which remains at 60 km/h (37 mph) outside built-up areas, 100 km/h (62 mph); two exceptions are Western Australia and the Northern Territory at 110 km/h (68 mph)
For much of Germany’s Autobahn, the federally-controlled highway system, there are no speed limits. But for how much longer? A recent poll by YouGov found that 56% of the German public is now in favor of a nationwide speed limit of 150 km/h (93 miles per hour) on German highways.
All roads within the Highway 1 system are allocated a road route numbered 1, M1, A1, or B1, depending on the state route numbering system. In the Northern Territory, the highway is designated as National Highway 1 where it is concurrent with the National Highway routes linking Darwin to Adelaide and Perth.
This article is about the section of Highway 1 in the Northern Territory. For the entire length of the highway, see Highway 1 (Australia). In the Northern Territory, Highway 1 is a 1,414-kilometre (879 mi) long route with a 316-kilometre (196 mi) long spur, that connects Darwin to northern Western Australia and Queensland.
Plenty Highway, also known as State Route 12, is a 498 km (309 mi) outback mostly unsealed road located in the Northern Territory, Australia. The road stretches from Western Queensland to Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Is the Plenty Highway bitumen?
THE Northern Territory now has 300-kilometers of unrestricted highway speed-limits after the government approved new changes overnight. A further 60-kilometre stretch of the Stuart Highway north of Alice Springs will be free of speed limits, allowing those behind the wheel to drive to the conditions.