collector street

collector street

One which functions as a feeder from an area of limited traffic to a major street or highway.
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A network of residential streets and alleys as well as a section of a new collector street, River Terrace Boulevard, will also be built.
For Wieczorek, having good instincts, or what he calls "collector street smarts," is having a sense of which members with delinquent loans are sincerely interested in working with the credit union to resolve the debt and which are not.
Question: We are currently reconstructing a collector street in our community and have been entertaining the thought of using the asphalt concrete (AC) grindings as a road base for the new AC.
The result is that every single person, even the ones who have the proximity, have to get into the car and get out onto the collector street to drive to the shopping center."
Located between Wolf's Crossing Road and Schoger Drive, 91st Street is designated as a collector street but does not yet meet the city's infrastructure standards for collectors, as it has two lanes with ditches on both sides.
Eventually, a new collector street connecting Route 173 with Route 83 will be built, but the timing depends on the pace of development.
The street functions as a collector street because of the number of homes that must rely upon it for access.
Consider the average cost of pavement repairs on a typical collector street (based on a lane mile of pavement 12 feet wide), using data from Eugene's 2009 pavement management report:
During the time we worked together, we were assured that the collector street issue was "off the table." But now we find out that the staff has been working separately with bike interests to derail our designs by adding a bike lane.
* Identification of all intersections and half-mile major and collector street segments that have three or more accidents per year.