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beltway

[′belt‚wā]
(civil engineering)
A highway that encircles an urban area along its perimeter. Also known as belt highway; ring road.
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The statement pointed out that for those wishing to reach the airport via Sheikh Sd Al-Abdullah airport road have to take Sabhan bridge road (208) via King Fahd ringroad.
It happened on The Green, at the junction with the A1027 ringroad.
The feared Warriors are now targeting that last vestige of free city parking, the forgotten enclave of Pall Mall formerly protected by the northern ringroad.
There were delays on the M1, M3, M11, A1, M26 and A12 near to the London ringroad.
An undulating steel structure emerges from three hills to the east of the city, facing over the ringroad and surrounded by fields.
Her new office took her past the 40mph A4174 ringroad roundabout at Filton.
The body of Ronald Kettridge, 56, was discovered by a taxi driver in the a Sheffield ringroad at 3am.
However organisers have announced that in the wake of the death of Daniel Kirkwood outside Society Nightclub on Sunday March 15, the ringroad plans would now not go ahead.
Children waved ags as the cyclists sped by - a pack of seven led as they hit Hudderseld's ringroad followed by the main peloton.
The European Commission officially approved the application form for the project for the western arc of the Sofia ringroad, according to Deputy Transport Minister Petar Kirov.
the ringroad project were endorsed, while another part awaited approval.
The regeneration is focusing on a number of key projects including a new Walsall College with the old site being developed by Tesco, significant improvements to the ringroad and further development to the canal basin around the New Walsall Art Gallery.