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sidewalk

US and Canadian a hard-surfaced path for pedestrians alongside and a little higher than a road

Sidewalk

Walkway along the side of a road, or leading to a building, usually constructed of flagstone, brick, or concrete.

sidewalk

[′sīd‚wȯk]
(civil engineering)
A walkway for pedestrians on the side of a street or road.
A foot pavement.

sidewalk

A paved footwalk at the side of a street or roadway.

Sidewalk

(1) See Sidewalk Labs.

(2) A Microsoft service that was launched in 1997 to provide online arts and entertainment guides on the Web for major cities worldwide. In 1999, Microsoft sold Sidewalk to Ticketmaster, which continued to provide guides, ticketing and other information to the MSN network.
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Walking on sidewalks is safe, preventing pedestrians from being sideswiped by vehicles, Magalong said.
The highlight of the month is the annual Sidewalk Sales event, organized by the Historic Downtown Long Grove Business Association, where businesses in the historic district come together for a long weekend dedicated to local retail and giving back.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Hall is set to beautify public sidewalks along Russian Federation Boulevard, including relaying tactile paving to support the mobilisation of the disabled.
Gary Alejano has proposed to penalize the use of sidewalks for commercial and personal purposes.
Action A - Road II / 610 in Turnov, Preperch, Provice and in Svijany - reconstruction of the road, bridge buildings, sidewalks and the construction of a circular junction.
Sidewalk assumes they will navigate more precisely and obey traffic laws more consistently than human drivers, so it wants to put narrower lanes in Quayside and carve out more room for sidewalks and parks.
Rather than sidewalks in the city as disorderly, she shows why they are better understood as 'mixed-use public spaces', a perspective that may lead to better design and management policies (p.
Sidewalks bustling with action are a defining feature of many Southeast Asian cities, including Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC)--Vietnam's largest urban centre and the primary focus of Sidewalk City.
In a previous column story on the need to clear the streets of illegal obstructions, we reminded readers that people must also reclaim sidewalks for their safety.
Tickets were issued to those who failed to shovel sidewalks abutting their properties, as well as to those who shoveled snow into the street.
Fifteen years ago, the sidewalks of Magnolia's downtown were discolored, had cracks, rose and fell in uneven areas and presented pedestrians with potentially hazardous challenges.
Though sidewalks are generally smooth and level after installation, it is easy to overlook small and potentially harmful changes over a period of time.