local street

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Synonyms for local street

a street that is primarily used to gain access to the property bordering it

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July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Amerlux, a global leader in lighting design, development,and manufacturing, is pleased to announce that the City of Los Angeles' Bureau of Street Lighting (BSLA) has approved the Avista for major and local street lamp retrofits.
California was the first state in the nation to obligate $1 billion (May 2009) and $2 billion (September 2009) from the Recovery Act to both improve its highways and local streets.
Section BR0 connects I-95 to the local street system in Pennsylvania, as well as to NJ-90 via the Betsy Ross Bridge crossing over into New Jersey, and focuses on interchange ramp improvements needed for future construction sections.
Viewers can visually attend the Tokyo launch events for such stars as Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Damon Dash, and others, as well as tune into the local street culture.
BR0 will include rehabilitating a number of ramps to improve capacity and functionality to and from I-95 to the local street system, as well as construction of two new connecting ramps to and from the Betsy Ross Bridge and Aramingo Avenue.
One of MTC's long-held goals is to get the local street or road network in every one of our cities and counties to a PCI score of 75 or better," noted MTC Chair and Santa Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese.
Was it the glory and glamour of the Queen's Golden Jubilee concert or the fun of a local street party that brought neighbours together?
This contract will remove the collector/distributor ramps which connect the local street systems to I-95 and the Betsy Ross Bridge.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Three Bay Area municipalities and a trio of public employees are scheduled to receive kudos for their street smarts next Monday, when the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)'s Pavement Management Program presents its awards for outstanding achievement in local street and road maintenance for 2004-05.
By the early 80s, Dope was absorbing the hip hop beats being played at the local street parties and, along with his partner, Mike Delgado, organised a series of neighbourhood parties under the Masters at Work alias, which were regularly attended by fellow Brooklyn lad Todd Terry.
The posted speed limit on the arterial is 30 MPH, and 25 MPH on the shorter local street sections.
Bosses at the luxury car firm and the police were so impressed by the efforts of the Paradise Residents' and Tenants' Association to improve their environment that they decided to help tidy a local street.
Notable examples include: the purchase of three locomotives for CalTrain; the next carpool lane segment for the Nimitz freeway in Alameda county; TransLink universal fare collection equipment for AC Transit; traffic signal and local arterial improvements throughout the region; rehabilitation of the BART transbay tube; funding to complete San Francisco's Muni Metro turnback; clean fuel buses; transit transfer centers; preliminary engineering for an intermodal freight facility at the Port of Oakland; roving freeway tow-truck patrols; bicycle and pedestrian trails; a childcare center at a San Jose transit hub; a regional Traffic Operations System with changeable message signs and ramp meters to ease traffic congestion; and numerous local street repaving projects.
Odd Fellow Road is maintained by the City of Lynchburg and is classified as an Urban Local Street (Industrial) and shall be designed at a minimum design speed of 40 mph.