approach lane


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approach lane

[ə′prōch ‚lān]
(navigation)
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According to the National Cooperative Highway Research Program's (NCHRP) Report 672, Roundabouts: An Informational Guide, pedestrian crossings should be placed inside the approach lane instead of at the intersection to reduce potential vehicle-pedestrian conflicts.
That caused the lodging industry to approach Lane County in 1992 with a proposal to raise the county transient room tax rate from 6 percent to 8 percent, and to dedicate the increase - along with an existing 1 percent - to promote the entire county as a visitor destination.
Set well back from the approach lane with its own gravel driveway, Trimpley House has a west-facing frontage, classically late Georgian with multi-paned sash windows, a central entrance portico and a neat two and a half storeys under a hipped roof.
Tenders are invited for Construction of steps by cutting road and cc patch work to the approach lane from 18-13-6/26 to 18-13-6/77/b/2 at hashamabad barkas div-24(recall)
Most passers-by were unaware of its existence thanks to the lie of the land and the approach lane.
A KirKlees Council SPOKESWOMAN said: "The roundabout won't be closed during the worK, although some approach lanes may be.
The gravel was used for approach lanes to two houses in the town of Kawamata in the prefecture, and asphalt-paved roads owned by the Kawamata municipal government, the sources said.
One final piece of advice is to make sure you clear approach lanes.
And from Monday, there will be widening works on the A46 southbound approach to the roundabout, from Coventry and Kenilworth, with the narrowing of the two approach lanes.
The ActiveTag System can provide hands-free coverage for the wide, 20-30 foot approach lanes common in many residential and commercial gate installations," stated Richard Brown, AXCESS Inc.
Could I appeal to those involved to take another look at the situation because, at present, the two approach lanes serve no useful purpose other than to provide a situation that invites an accident to happen.