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Synonyms for detour

diversion

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Synonyms for detour

to pass around but not through

Synonyms for detour

a roundabout road (especially one that is used temporarily while a main route is blocked)

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travel via a detour

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Route 009 that operates Al Falah Street will be detoured to Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum Street, going through Hazza Bin Zayed Street, then Al Karama Street and then follow the normal route.
Bruemmer said the state has promised to use electronic signs informing the public that local traffic is permitted inside the detoured areas.
Traffic wanting to go east will be detoured onto Langen Road to George Hill Road to Main Street to Creamery Road to Route 117.
Traffic will be detoured along Sierra Highway and Avenue S.
Nighttime I-5 traffic will be detoured to allow for the demolition of the River Drive overpass bridge at Milepost 180.
SEPTA bus Route 46 will be detoured as follows during the closure:
At the closing site, traffic was detoured off the freeway onto two-lane side roads and later onto the new car-pool lane.
Traffic will be detoured using Chase, Cameron and Chestnut streets.
Thursday, traffic will be detoured west onto 19th Avenue, then north at Henderson Street to Franklin Boulevard.
During the construction, SEPTA bus Route 84 service will be detoured over Bustleton Avenue between Byberry Road and Philmont Avenue.
ACTON - Northbound motorists will be detoured off the Antelope Valley Freeway every night this week starting Monday, Caltrans said.
SOUTHBRIDGE - Traffic will be detoured Monday and Tuesday for road reconstruction on Main Street (Route 131), according to police.
On Saturday, September 18, bus Routes 2, 27, 32 and 33 will be detoured around Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th Street and Logan Circle from 9 a.
The projects are on a fast track because of the expense to consumers - estimated at $38,000 per day - for added shipping costs on heavy-haul trucks that have been detoured hundreds of miles since March because they can't use the deteriorating Interstate 5 bridges through Eugene-Springfield, Payne said.
Okazaki stressed that the detoured traffic won't be as bad as residents fear.