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underpass

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an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)

an underground tunnel or passage enabling pedestrians to cross a road or railway

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The progress of construction works on the subway sections was inspected Friday by Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski, Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova, and Stoyan Bratoev, CEO of Metropoliten EAD, who made a test trip from Sofia Airport to Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd.
During the months of June and July, the Subway chain opened 340 new restaurants in 35 countries around the globe including 208 locations in 39 U.
Once placed on the floor of the subway car, each bag was punctured with a sharpened umbrella tip, and the material was allowed to spill onto the floor of the subway car.
But because the subway project is paid for by the city, scientists were invited along for a free field day
An outreach program run by the transit police finds alternative shelter for some of the homeless mentally ill who take refuge in the subway, but policymakers need to consider strategies for providing psychotic subway-dwellers with mental health care and hospitalization when needed, Martell and Dietz contend.
mayor of New York, received a report from budget and transit experts on his staff that showed the subway trains in Queens were too crowded.
He said that the subway stations on the route to Sofia Business Park in the Mladost residential district and to Sofia Airport were being built, adding that their launch in 2014 was expected to boost the number of passengers by around 90A 000 to a total of 380A 000.
The Subway chain is planning to take another bite out of the Big Apple with proposals to open over 50 locations throughout the metropolitan area over the next two years.
Both brokers and building owners, as well as the MTA, feel that the acquisition of property for the subway entrances, a process that will be governed by eminent domain law, will go smoothly.
Visitors and residents alike from all walks of life depend on the subway, and we salute a century of subway service.