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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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James Street is a good example of how walkways were included in new developments on an existing street.
Velasco was stabbed on the walkway shortly before 7 a.
Training on how to find, quote, and sell customers walkway safety services
On the beach side of the walkway they are literally pouring cement into the sand.
The footfalls of the thousands of spectators making their way across the bridge will activate twelve energy harvesting floor tiles that have been incorporated into the walkway floor, and which are expected to generate around 72 million joules of free energy, more than enough power to light the route.
This public park will play three roles in one - green space, a garden for families and a walkway," he added.
Moving walkways are the only form of transportation that actually slow people down," New Scientist magazine quoted Young as saying.
Byline: A three-kilometre long walkway opened to the public on Sultan Bin Zayed Street in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
He showed how parklike walkways could be extended off the arroyo to Simi Valley Historic Park and along Tapo Canyon Creek, which leads past Sycamore Drive Community Center into a historic neighborhood around the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.
This agreement would transfer control of the High Line to the City for use as a public walkway and open space.
Later, the company created a model for walkways as a soft, non-penetrating walkway system.