traffic island


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traffic island

a raised area in the middle of a road, designed as a guide for traffic and to provide a stopping place for pedestrians
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Our selection committee was bowled over by this traffic island that boasts an amazing giant dandelion water sculpture.
When a bus was stationary at one of the stops, irresponsible drivers were in the habit of overtaking the bus by passing dangerously on the wrong side of the traffic island.
Christine Timms and |Angelo Burratti back at their traffic island table yesterday and, below, Christine on the night
We don't say no to the modifications, they can build more pavements, fix the drainage systems, but it is a shame to destroy the businesses by putting up a traffic island," said Despoina Petrou, member of the initiative committee.
While a maximum of 3 feet will be taken along the west side of the traffic island to accommodate the creation of a third lane of traffic on Mower Street, Mr.
Another bystander claimed that it was not the first time that a car had struck the traffic island.
It then went over a traffic island and left the carriageway.
As strategist Peter Mandelson was urging people to go out and vote, a Volkswagen Golf smashed into a traffic island.
However, the GDN headline did remind me about an inebriated high court judge driving up the A6 in the early hours when without warning a traffic island bollard came out from nowhere and hit his car.
9 and Al Salam Street has been converted into a traffic island for traffic coming from the Tourist Club neighborhood, according to an announcement by the Abu Dhabi Municipality on Sunday.
A PENSIONER has vowed to stay in her home despite it becoming a traffic island.
Atshemyan, who is also charged with felony hit-and-run and faces a maximum of 15 years to life in prison if convicted, hit a traffic island before colliding with the car that Torres was in, police said.