arterial street


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arterial street

Designed to carry traffic through an area as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to reach another destination.One might not want to locate a retail business on an important arterial street, because there would be limited ability for commuters to exit the artery and shop at the retail establishment.Arterial streets are designed for the benefit of the city as a whole,rather than the communities through which they pass. See feeder road.

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Located on a very busy arterial street in a business and residential part of town.
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This project will complete the design and construct a new multi-modal arterial street connection between NE 12th Street/116th Avenue NE and 120th Avenue NE.
The Town s goal is to repave 10 of the 210 miles of roadway each year through the Street Resurfacing, Arterial Street Reconstruction, and Neighborhood Reconstruction Capital Projects.
It will not enable us to have a continual supply of money to build our arterial street systems,'' said Jeff Long, Lancaster's public works director.
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As of 2013, this project includes arterial street rehabilitation and utility infrastructure replacement.
As of 2013, this project consists of providing a fully improved 42% wide arterial street with "Complete Street" concepts .
The Consultant will provide staff and management services to actively manage the City%s arterial streets (with an emphasis on downtown and critical arterial streets) and coordinate with transportation partners (e.
The construction of modern new arterial streets in densely populated urban areas requires very significant capital investments that are connected with the demolition of the existing housing, relocation of businesses, relocation of population to other areas, expropriation of land, reconstruction of utilities, etc.
Akop Achemyan has not decided how he will cast his ballot, but in the seven years he has lived at Harvard and Jackson streets he has seen gridlock develop on nearby major arterial streets and traffic gradually increase on smaller streets.