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


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CDA officials Dawn spoke to have said that after the metro bus corridors have been completed it would be difficult for the authority to construct flyovers and interchanges planned for the area, and has therefore asked the NHA to construct at least three underpasses where future interchanges can be constructed.
Arguing that it is not part of the PC-I for the metro corridors, NHA declined CDA's request to construct the underpasses.
RDA spokesman Hafiz Mohammad Irfan said the proposal for construction of above two underpasses was rejected during the currency of metro project so that metro project could be completed timely.
Therefore, there is a need to study the radio propagation behavior in the modern road infrastructure units especially flyovers and underpasses.
Understanding wildlife movement, specifically of carnivores, near and through pre-existing structures can provide a framework for making decisions for the construction of wildlife-specific structures such as overpasses and underpasses.
Municipality fire brigade units held water evacuation efforts at underpasses.
According to the Detail Project Report (DPR) of these three projects, Rajiv Chowk was designed with two straight signal- free underpasses from Old Gurgaon Road towards Sohna Road, while a loop underpass from Medicity Road to Delhi was designed at the existing U- turn.
The Abu Dhabi City Municipality's initiative to replace the old lighting systems in six pedestrian underpasses with modern LED lights has helped reduce their power consumption by 33 per cent.
Jeddah Municipality is constructing 29 underpasses and overpasses to address traffic congestion in the city.
In the last two decades, with the considerable expansion of several highway networks, there has been an increasing use of precast concrete arch underpasses due to the advantages they offer over traditional solutions (cast in situ), namely in terms of speed and ease of erection, quality control (materials and geometry) and economy.
It's part of a trial to determine the quality and suitability of the LED units and if successful it could be rolled out to 70 similar light units in underpasses across Kirklees.
It was not clear if he would be also slapped with a traffic citation for violating a ban imposed in July by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority on the use of flyovers and underpasses by city and provincial buses.
Summary: Nine underpasses to be constructed in the city
Australian road officials have proposed building underpasses beneath the east coast Pacific Highway so a population of endangered flightless emu can safely cross one of the country's busiest roads.
Previously there were A'Ali underpass, Sitra and Umm Al Hassam intersection underpass (BD64m), and then the two underpasses of Hamad Town, leading to Zallaq and Bahrain International Circuit (BD16m).