curb line

curb line

The line coincident with the face of the street curb adjacent to the roadway.
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The centerpiece is transforming Trade Street through a shared street design milling it down to one inch below the curb line, installing pavers, repairing all broken curbing and gutters, ensuring ADA accessibility and installing all new landscaping and lighting.
The City has been divided into two towing districts with the dividing line as the elongation of the east curb line of Sycamore Drive.
Vehicles are advised to drive 5 mph and the roadway is flush from building line to building line without the typical curb line grade separation.
The Executive body of RCCI that met with its President Syed Assad Mashahadi, adopted a unison approach whereby demanding immediate steps against the infringers of the laws in power sector beside taking remedial measures to curb line losses.
His government would take strict action against those involved in stealing electricity in order to curb line losses, Sharif said.
Residents are asked not to place debris along the curb line.
Bump-outs extend the curb line out past the parking lane to the edge of the traffic lane, effectively narrowing the street.
The apartment community will be built more than 20 feet away from the curb line to accommodate outdoor cafes and markets.
In the case of accident investigation and documentation, the diligent adjuster would view the road surface as a plane, using the pavement edge, fog line or curb line as the Y axis.
Each of the designs also succeeded in opening up their sheds along the curb line, allowing more natural light to flow into the structures."
The reference for this device can be a stringline, existing surface, previous surface, or curb line.