ring road


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ring road

a main road that bypasses a town or town centre

ring road

[′riŋ ‚rōd]
(civil engineering)
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A policewoman keeps |watch on the ring road at Queensgate, Huddersfield, after a 67-year-old woman suffered injuries in a collision with taxi
To me it seems to have been a waste of time to remove one junction and replace it with another that has less access to the ring road.
The police have been diverting the traffic coming from AIIMS to Dhaula Kuan to the Outer Ring Road since last Saturday.
Commissioner Lahore Abdullah Sunbal, SP Ring Road Qasim Khan, SP Traffic Headquarters Rana Shujaat, Ring Road Authority Director Col Asim and a number of patrolling officers and traffic wardens attended the funeral prayer.
The RAK ring road connects the Emirates Road with the Shaikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road in Al Dhait.
He said that the width of both lanes along B Ring Road is no longer capable of accommodating the increasing number of vehicles passing through the area.
Wolverhampton Ring Road would have been busy at the time and we are sure people may well have witnessed what happened but are yet to contact police.
Another overpass will be built at the crossing of Ibrahim Al-Juffali Road with Ring Road 4 in the direction of the ring road.
In Pavlova's words, the road section will channel traffic both to the Kalotina border crossing and the other part of the Sofia ring road, "which is essential for transit traffic.
The Dh398 million Ras Al Khaimah Ring Road is a 32-kilometre arterial extension of the proposed Umm Al Quwain express highway.
The Maoists are encircling the ring road as part of the intensification of the protest.
A CITY'S ring road is to be named after a computer game character.