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Noon Highway System

Each state in Nooooooooooooooo has their own highway system. The states all have two-letter abbreviations (much like the Untied States) for highways.
  • Salabrachon - SA

  • Gomona - GO

  • Elusnada - EL

  • Gaht - GA

  • Carna - CA

  • Williams - WI

  • Salastad - SL

  • Deraldna - DE

  • Gorrodno - GR

  • Keiskleiy - KE

  • Geidgusalarn - GE

  • Calcallo - CL

  • Streebab - SB

  • Morrand - MR

  • Manadija - MN

  • Coscona - CO

  • Starmana - ST

  • Interstate - NO

Each highway is numbered with even numbers going West-East, and odd numbers going North-South. The numbers range from 01 - 99. Some examples would be:
SA17
GO62
GR12
KE26
GE43

Each highway is numbered either a random odd number, or a random even number. Highway construction started commencing in 1954. President Thomas Williams remarked, "Highways are rubber bands tying the nation together," and President Coda Tal sped up the process in 1969. Today, many people take these highways to work, school, vacation, shopping, etc. But some highways have been closed for a few days due to accidents, but it isn't such a big deal. There is also a national interstate system, and they are numbered the same way as state highways, and they consist of numbers between 01 and 120. No highway has a single-digit number for the title. It is always 01 - 09. The highway with the highest number is NO (abbreviation for Nooooooooooooooo)118. Some examples of an interstate highway would be,
NO73
NO31
NO92
NO112
NO05
NO82
NO16
NO22
NO62

If 00 becomes valid for highway numbering, then there will be a new highway for every state and interstate with "_ _00." Each new number that becomes valid is immediately worked on with a highway for every state, and for interstate. So far, "00" has not been validated, but anything can happen in the future. President Steven Rilo says that it won't, as many citizens and tourists might mistaken it for two capital 'O's.


Example of an interstate highway sign.

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