safety lanes

safety lanes

[′sāf·tē ‚lānz]
(navigation)
Specified sea lanes designated for use in transit by submarines and surface ships to prevent attack by friendly forces.
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the cea / cesta website concerns: - approximately 17.1 ha of main roads (approximately 26 km), to be treated in t3 class tracks, - approximately 16.4 ha of building access roads and car parks (approximately 25 km), to be treated in t4 class channels, - about 2.8 ha of car parks, - approximately 4.0 ha of safety lanes (approximately 12 km), - approximately 1.2 ha of pedestrian routes (approximately 3.3 km), and the tee site includes about 4.7 ha of lanes (about 11 km) to be treated in t4 class lanes and car parks.
The 12.4 kilometers' bridge covers land and water masses, said the PART chief, adding that it consists of three lanes for each side of the road in addition to safety lanes. He revealed that the Doha-link cost around KD 165.7 million (around USD 545 million.
Now, drivers are being reminded to only use our motorway network's safety lanes in emergencies.
Apart from the upgraded fire safety systems, the mall now has more exit lanes including six additional safety lanes in the mall's parking facility, he added.
According to the Daily News, Duvall is working with local officials to secure approval of legislation that would allow Guam residents to operate HTs on public sidewalks, bicycle paths, safety lanes and other roadways, excluding highways.
Not another article written in a similar vein, which might appeal to those who may wish for safety lanes in supermarkets, a ban on swings in playgrounds, and, God forbid, only ferret racing.
We recently announced funding of $1 million for new trails at St Helens and bringing forward bike safety lanes for travellers along Bonnet Hill.