National Highway Designation Act of 1995

Designated about 160,955 miles of roads, including the Interstate Highway System. Congress was given the power to prioritize highway road projects, repeal federal speed limits, and require states to purchase new signs for the roads in question, thus encouraging easier transportation for truckers and worsening the problem of perfect competition save for the few wealthy trucking companies owned by former railroad capitalists.

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