Used to be Tilt
An unreal plane landing.
I remember hearing very long ago that American freeways have to have a one-mile straight stretch every five miles to help planes land in an emergency. I do not know how true that is, because snopes debunked a similar story.
However, snopes debunking was the myth that highways ere designed this way to help commandeeer highways during wartime to use as runways for the fighter planes. That myth of course sounds implausible since traffic cannot be stopped permanently during war.
But, to be used by any plane in an amergency, it does not sound implausible.
Interestingly enough, I was also reading about the construction of the 401 in Ontario (which led me to general highway construction rules in Canada). There the interesting thing is that no highway should be straight for more than 5 kms at a stretch - there should be curves after 5 kms - to prevent drivers from losing concentration and sleeping off while driving a boring arrow-straight highway.