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boulevard

Chiefly Canadian
a. a grass strip between the pavement and road
b. the strip of ground between the edge of a private property and the road
c. the centre strip of a road dividing traffic travelling in different directions

boulevard

An important thoroughfare, often with a center divider planted with trees and grass, or similarly planted dividers between curbings and sidewalks.
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When designing the urban boulevard, many challenging issues had to be addressed, not the least of which was the state's specification that new roadways be designed for a 50-year pavement life.
The purpose of this contract is to carry out a project management mission relating to the development of the 3rd tranche of the urban boulevard on vichy and cusset.
The project, which was declared to be of public utility, consists of the construction of a new roadway, called the urban Boulevard des Cottes Mailles, between the Cottes Mailles interchange on the RN 137 in Aytr and the avenue Jean Moulin in La Rochelle.
This contract contributes to the realization of the project to transform the street of Colonel Marey into an urban boulevard.
N90d - seraing - technical studies for the urban renewal of the seraing valley - spatial urban boulevard through the blast furnace site 6.
Quantity or scope: RD 908 E2 - Town Bdarieux - West Entrance - Development of an urban boulevard Master builder: AVP, PRO, ACT-DCE, VISA and complementary mission EEI, CPSS, CDR, ACI, UAE IEE IBDA, DEP
Contract notice: Reclassification Of Urban Boulevard - Realization Of Surveys On R & D 6015
Among the new city's key development projects are the renovation of old roads and residential areas, as well as the construction of new homes, urban boulevards, commercial centres, a sewage treatment plant and drinking water facilities.
Like urban boulevards, transit systems tend to fit comfortably in urbanized metropolitan areas.
The opening image -- a panoramic view of Harare's modern skyline and bustling urban boulevards -- subtly but graphically challenged America's view of Africa as the continent of "famine, animals, jungle and discord.