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boulevard

Chiefly Canadian
a. a grass strip between the pavement and road
b. the strip of ground between the edge of a private property and the road
c. the centre strip of a road dividing traffic travelling in different directions

boulevard

An important thoroughfare, often with a center divider planted with trees and grass, or similarly planted dividers between curbings and sidewalks.
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The list of projects for 2015 includes a two-level junction on the Bulgaria and Ivan Geshov boulevards.
Also, Roscoe and Sepulveda boulevards; Victory Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Avenue; Victory and Sepulveda boulevards; Hubbard Street and Foothill Boulevard; San Fernando Road and Van Nuys Boulevard; Van Nuys and Foothill boulevards; Crenshaw Boulevard and Stocker Street; 16th and San Pedro street; First and Alameda streets; Fifth and Figueroa streets; La Cienega and Fairfax boulevards; Sunset and Sepulveda boulevards; Reseda and Roscoe boulevards; San Fernando Road and Fletcher Avenue; Highland and Sunset boulevards; Soto Street and Washington Boulevard; 9th and Gaffey streets; and Imperial and Central avenues.
Currently the city manages boulevards under a bylaw entitled the Boulevard Maintenance Bylaw.
Working with landscape architects, Peter Walker & Partners the plan will replace the urban concrete nature of the property with gardens and open space as well as implement a cohesive street and landscape design to transform Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards and Merv Griffin Way.
Friday in a parking lot at Glenoaks Boulevard and Tujunga Avenue.
Boulevards New Media operates a global network of more than 100 city guides that includes LosAngeles.
A 16-inch water main burst underneath Laurel Canyon Boulevard during the afternoon rush hour Wednesday, causing 200 feet of road to buckle and forcing thousands of commuters to be diverted from the busy thoroughfare.
As a tribute to the many police officers and fire officials who died on September 11th, two Los Angeles County Sheriff's vehicles and two Los Angeles County Fire Engines will flash their lights while simultaneously driving down the two boulevards.
The Gateway LAX Project includes a 32 foot-high "L-A-X" sign located at Century Boulevard entryway to the airport, 16 variable height pylons constructed in the median of Century Boulevard, and 15 100-foot-high pylons located in a circle at the intersection of Century and Sepulveda boulevards.
Culver City: Main Street between Venice and Culver boulevards.
The 66 traffic lights in the area bound by Topanga Canyon and Balboa boulevards and Devonshire and Rinaldi streets are among the last in Los Angeles to get plugged into the computerized signal-synchronization system that increases street speeds by as much as 15 percent.
Crenshaw and Venice boulevards, Figueroa Street and Martin Luther King Jr.