Question: As work continues on re-paving Veterans Parkway, it was during the World War II era when the road first opened. Then called Belt Line Road, it was a bypass around B-N with “soft” curves that could take 75 mph travel, built as an “open road” for the transport of war munitions along Route 66 (today's Interstate 550 between St. Louis and Chicago). Do you know what was the federal government’s only rule of that road back then?

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