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a wide scenic road planted with trees

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Because of this multi-agency effort, NYSDOT added new signage and pavement markings along the Hutchinson River, Saw Mill River, Cross County and Sprain Brook parkways and ramp entrances.
Karas said, "Bridge strikes impact safety and mobility on New York's parkways, and this new project on the King Street Bridge will help prevent future bridge strikes on the Hutchinson River Parkway.
The Village of Arlington Heights asks all paradegoers to "Celebrate the Fourth on the Fourth" and refrain from the practice of reserving space along the parkway of the annual Fourth of July Parade until 7 p.m.
Other landscaped boulevards called parkways were also built in eastern cities for nonfoot carriage, and, with the advent of the automobile, the parkway concept as a specialized roadway was revived and elaborated in various forms.
During the 1930S the modern parkway movement began to expand in other parts of the country with the construction of several federal parkways, such as the Skyline Drive in Virginia, Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina and Tennessee, Merritt Parkway in Connecticut, and others.
These new streets, intended to be pleasant travel corridors, were called "parkways." Because of their relationship to parks, landscape architects played a key role in the design of these roadways in contrast to the design of streets and highways, which were designed primarily by engineers.
As the profession of landscape architecture evolved in scope and content, early parkways also rapidly evolved from wide, straight lanes established by a pre-existing urban grid to roadways that wound sinuously through the landscape in response to natural features.
One of those is Scarsdale, the Village that said "No" to a three-lane Hutchinson River Parkway, and is beginning to give Crown Castle a sample of its ire.
Under the Governors direction, the New York State Department of Transportation has taken a series of steps to investigate and reduce the number of bridge strikes caused by commercial vehicles on parkways and highways.
His opponents are fighting to preserve this pastoral view along the parkway as subdivisions creep farther into the hills and crowd up against the thin band of National Park Service land.
The Doughton Park area of the Parkway currently offers a Visitor Center and Book Store, Campground, Picnic Area, and interpretive site at Brinegar Cabin.
With accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), Parkway SleepHealth Centers has been in operation since 2005.
Cary, NC, January 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Parkway SleepHealth Centers (http://www.parkwaysleep.com), a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, has announced the release of a podcast on the importance of sleep for children.
Cary, NC, December 28, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Parkway SleepHealth Centers (http://www.parkwaysleep.com), a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, has announced that the sleep center has released a podcast discussing the variety of sleep disorders and how to know if you are suffering from such a disorder.
Cary, NC, December 02, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Parkway SleepHealth Centers (http://www.parkwaysleep.com), a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, has announced that the sleep center has released a podcast about achieving adequate sleep.