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Default "space highway" from Starrigger

For those of you who've read the Starrigger series by John DeChancie, what do you think about an interstellar roadway network? Some highway that for intents and purposes, operates like a normal multilane highway system in any nation here on Earth, complete with gravity and perhaps life support, connecting various systems, or perhaps even worlds by way of some form of teleportation "on ramp" and "off ramp" system.

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