feeder road


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feeder road

[′fēd·ər ‚rōd]
(civil engineering)
A road that feeds traffic to a more important road.
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According to Yirol West county protesting youth spokesman, Mark Deng Dut, the youth of Aluakluak, Mapuordit and Ngop as well entire Yirol West communities were unhappy with a decision of caretaker governor Matur Chut Dhuol to divert the feeder roads construction to Cueibet county.
After independence, our Government introduced a fundamental policy shift, with deliberate focus on the expansion of the existing infrastructure, construction of rural and feeder roads to facilitate access to economic centre and markets, as well as roads that link Namibia with neighbouring countries," said Pohamba.
Central Motorway Police said a white Volvo HGV was in collision with a red saloon car at the end of the feeder road.
RPC Containers Ltd of St Vincents Trading Estate, Feeder Road, Bristol, tel:0117 977 9511, have developed a new range of high quality, Premium Salad Packs, designed to offer enhanced presentation and product protection.
The project, which is near State Highway 199, involves concrete paving, feeder road reconstruction, installation of a major storm sewer system and the construction of a bridge.
Tenders are invited for Repair To Laxmannath Station Feeder Road (Odr) Such As Construction Of Cc Road From 0.
The traffic flow would be horrendous with only one feeder road, Norton Road, where a slight delay can stack traffic back more than a mile.
Now, in addition to the new highway, a feeder road will be constructed 1.
So, to get to Elmdon Park, either take the narrow but signposted feeder road off Damson Parkway or enter via the Tanhouse Farm Road car park, east of the B425 Hobs Moat Road.
LOCATED in the well-populated residential area of Whitley, just over a mile from the city centre, is a property in Riverside Close - a principle feeder road into Coventry - which has just come onto the market.
Being remote from large communities where they can sell their produce they suffer from the poor quality or non-existence of a feeder road network and often have to contend in the wet season with submerged or washed away bridges.
Furthermore, if the Five Mile Lane was upgraded to at least dual carriageway standard it would provide a transport link from the west and would also serve as a much needed feeder road to our national airport.