flangeway

flangeway

[′flanj‚wā]
(civil engineering)
Open way through a rail or track structure that provides a passageway for the flange of a wheel.
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53) It can, for example, comprise both those who dwell on and stretch power lines across a lake, and the pilot from elsewhere who gets tangled in these lines when trying to land a seaplane, as well as, presumably, anyone else whose use and enjoyment of the lake might be disrupted by the lines, (54) It can equally comprise, where there are railroad tracks running down the centre of a busy street, all those whose feet or cycle tires might be caught in a gap between the asphalt and the flangeway.
the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, is the only supplier of a full line of premium virgin rubber, concrete and concrete/rubber highway-rail grade crossing surfaces, which include OMNI's patented RailGuard virgin rubber flangeway filler, Full Depth Heavy Duty and Steel Reinforced virgin rubber products; Standard Concrete, Standard Concrete Rubber (SCR), Improved Concrete (IC) and Embedded Concrete Rubber (ECR), full-depth concrete and concrete/rubber crossing panels; and TraCast tie-less concrete crossing modules.
Available Flangeway Clearance must be from 57 64mm in the unshimmed condition
In addition, a five-year contract with such Class I railroad for the supply of virgin rubber flangeway filler products expired Dec.