curb ramp

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curb ramp

A short ramp cut through a curb.
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Access to the property, wooded land near Brookfield Road, is another issue weighing heavily on residents, and while some oppose the curb cut because they believe it would make Route 49 more dangerous, the alternative of traffic -- possibly thousands of cars for some events -- using the rural Brookfield Road wasn't popular, either.
It was accessible sidewalk all the way, except for nonexistent curb cuts on either side of Ratzor Road.
Under existing regulations, public entities were required to complete all necessary curb cuts by January 26, 1995.
We developed our curb cut ramps to meet the immediate needs of people with limited mobility as municipalities work towards a permanent solution.
also suggested that Faucher reach out to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation about a new Route 12 curb cut as soon as possible, to avoid delays due to that process, which the town does not influence.
The article required that applicants seeking a curb cut on a town road for a driveway put a sum of money determined by the highway superintendent into an escrow account to cover the cost of completing the work.
Perhaps worse than searching for a curb cut, said Cindy Purcell of Rutland, is getting lifted over a bank or pulled through a curb opening by passers-by or friends.
We'd like to get the curb cut and the temporary access off Shrewsbury Street," Mr.
Even if an educated plow driver leaves the van-accessible spaces clear, you must hope an equally educated hand-shovel technician has sense enough to completely clear a path from the curb cut of the parking lot all the way to the store's entrance.
A ballot initiative last year gave Los Angeles voters the opportunity to fund its curb cut obligations through taxes.
The two-story building has a full basement, is 25 feet wide, approximately 5,025 gross square feet, has a curb cut, and additional air rights.
There is also a curb cut on First Avenue that allows for private parking.