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carriageway

Brit the part of a road along which traffic passes in a single line moving in one direction only

carriageway (Brit.)

A road designed to carry vehicular as opposed to pedestrian traffic; specifically, the actual traffic lanes of such a road as distinct from median strips or shoulders.
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From 8pm on Friday August 7 until 6am on Monday August 10, the A19 southbound and northbound carriageways above the Holystone Interchange will be closed.
That length of the A725/A726 Shawhead - East Kilbride - Phillipshill Roundabout Trunk Road being the northbound carriageway from the point at which the on-slip road from the A724 at Blantyre meets the carriageway to the point at which the off- slip road to the A721 Bellziehill Interchange leaves the carriageway, including the circulatory carriageway at the Raith Interchange Roundabout and Whistleberry Roundabout, a total distance of 4.
When the body was on the carriageway it was struck by a number of vehicles but it is likely the motorists did not realise what happened and did not stop at the scene.
Higher concentrations of Cu were identified right next to the carriageway and in the samples collected at a distance of 2 m from it.
The incident began with a collision on the southbound carriageway shortly before 10.
Two lanes on the M40 southbound carriageway were reopened at about 6.
With a compeletion date of 2007, it will provide a 14km carriageway between Dundalk and Newry, Co Down, to link the A1 in the North to the M1 in the Republic.
The work will stretch for 600m east from the A470 towards Caerphilly, where the three-lane single carriageway will be widened to a dual carriageway with two lanes in each direction.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two men suffered serious injuries when their car spun out of control on a Swansea dual carriageway.
The work will be delivered in 2 phases, with barriers first being installed alongside the eastbound carriageway followed by work along the westbound carriageway.
The effect of the Order will be to close, at times during the works, the M62: (i) westbound carriageway from the exit slip road at Junction 25 (Brighouse) to the entry slip road at Junction 25, a distance of 1127 metres; (ii) eastbound carriageway from the exit slip road at Junction 25 to the entry slip road at Junction 25, a distance of 966 metres; (iii) westbound carriageway from the exit slip road at Junction 26 (Chain Bar) to the entry slip road at Junction 26, a distance of 1609 metres; (iv) eastbound carriageway from the exit slip road at Junction 26 to the entry slip road at Junction 26, a distance of 1609 metres; (v) westbound exit and eastbound entry slip roads at Junction 25; and (vi) eastbound and westbound entry and exit slip roads at Junction 26.
After ensuring the first patient was safe, he picked up his medical bag and ran down the carriageway to the other crash.