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walkway

a path designed, and sometimes landscaped, for pedestrian use

Walkway

A passage or lane designated for pedestrian traffic.

walkway

1. A passage or lane designated for pedestrian traffic, esp. one connecting various parts of an industrial plant or along roofing.
2. A garden footpath.
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But part of the route lives on as the Harborne Walkway, but today the only suggestion there was once a station is the name of Station Road.
If you look up at Victoria House, opposite James Street station, you can see a balcony at first floor level where the walkway was.
Stylianou said the creation of the walkway is a temporary measure until budgets are approved for a grander planned project that will include lighting, a cycle path and other features.
In the early 1990s the ECHO campaigned for the demolition of the Roe Street walkway, which spoiled the view of St George's Hall.
Those alternative sites weren't found to be suitable so it has been agreed by Cardiff council to allow the previous activity to take place once again on the Millennium Walkway.
Saculles turned to the city council for legislation to 'remove opportunities for criminals,' beginning with the closure of narrow, unlighted and unmonitored walkways where crimes happen.
The walkway is described on the website as a 'magnificent al fresco experience for the adventurous that offers an entirely new perspective on the city and a breathtaking adrenaline rush'.
As a result the walkway loop was never completed, meaning joggers and walkers had to double back on themselves after reaching the end, and support facilities were never built.
The course uses a standards-based approach to walkway safety and educates BSCs on what they need to know about how interior designers, architects, and contractors design, plan, and build facilities.
The Castle Eden Walkway is only meant to be used by pedestrians and cyclists, but residents in Stockton whose homes back onto the path say motorcyclists are using the walkway day and night - raising concerns for the people who use it as it was designed.
Belfast Harbour appointed Gibson (Banbridge) Ltd to construct the walkway which connects its new PS250m City Quays development to the Lagan Weir and the rest of the city centre.